Payles Isaak, 1895 - 1978

A Ukrainian painter and graphic artist, painter of emigration. Born in Kyiv. He graduated from Kyiv Drawing School. About 1913 he went to Paris where he studied sculpture in private workshops. In 1915 he returned to Kyiv and started painting. In 1920 he exhibited his works of art at the 1st exhibition of Jewish Cultures in the Hall-League in Kyi...

A Ukrainian painter and graphic artist, painter of emigration. Born in Kyiv. He graduated from Kyiv Drawing School. About 1913 he went to Paris where he studied sculpture in private workshops. In 1915 he returned to Kyiv and started painting. In 1920 he exhibited his works of art at the 1st exhibition of Jewish Cultures in the Hall-League in Kyiv. The same year he emigrated to France, where he received citizenship. He was on friendly terms with M. Kikoyin, P. Kremen, A. Tsadkin and other artists of Montparnasse. In 1923 he took part in the exhibition of the group ТUdarУ ("Blow"), and since that time he permanently exhibited his works at the Paris Salons. After the World War II the recognition and commercial success came to him. He held several solo exhibitions, including the ones in the gallery "Kaganovych" in Paris (1958) and in the galleries "Karstayrs" (1950) and "Frances Mason" (1963) in New York. He painted mostly the landscapes of Paris, the South of France, Corsica, figures of musicians and clowns, and abstract compositions.

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