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Artist: Chaim Soutine (French 1894-1943)

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Chaim Soutine, Large Fish Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Large Fish
Chaim Soutine, Maria Lani Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Maria Lani
Chaim Soutine, Portrait of a Woman Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Portrait of a Woman
Chaim Soutine, Landscape at Cagnes Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Landscape at Cagnes
Chaim Soutine, Red Stairway at Cagnes Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Red Stairway at Cagnes
Chaim Soutine, Parisian Suburb Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Parisian Suburb
Chaim Soutine, House at Oiseme Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
House at Oiseme
Chaim Soutine, Avenue of Trees at Chartres Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Avenue of Trees at Chartres
Chaim Soutine, Large Poplars at Civry Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Large Poplars at Civry
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Soutine, Chaim
1894-1943

Soutine, Chaim Biography

Russian-born French expressionist painter, the vehemence of whose work reflects his struggle to reveal the inner nature of his subjects. A native of Smilovichi, near Minsk, Belarus, Chaim Soutine immigrated to Paris in 1913 and soon developed a highly personal vision and technique, sacrificing careful composition and good drawing to feverish intensity and employing thick pigment in vivid, often deliberately ugly colors. His oil paintings, most of which were executed between 1920 and 1929, include pitiless psychological portraits of bakers, valets, and choirboys Pastry Cook (1922, Louvre, Paris); still lifes of sides of meat in various stages of putrefaction Carcass of Beef (1925?, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York); and tormented landscapes with scudding clouds and bending trees Sinister Street (1921?, Kunstmuseum, Lucerne, Switzerland). Chaim Soutine often reworked or destroyed his earlier oil paintings, and he produced little new art work after 1930.

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