Lyubych Osyp (Josyph), 1908 - 1990

An artist of the Russian emigration, representative of the Paris school. He was born in Grodno, Belarus. He studied at Odessa Art School (1915 - 1919). In 1920 together with I. Puni and P. Chelyschev he went to Berlin and worked as a designer in Berlin Opera House, designed the performances of the theater-cabaret "Blue Bird" and the Theatre of ...

An artist of the Russian emigration, representative of the Paris school. He was born in Grodno, Belarus. He studied at Odessa Art School (1915 - 1919). In 1920 together with I. Puni and P. Chelyschev he went to Berlin and worked as a designer in Berlin Opera House, designed the performances of the theater-cabaret "Blue Bird" and the Theatre of I. Duvan-Tortsov. In 1923 he moved to Paris, where A. Bourdelle introduced him to the Salon of Tuileries. Since 1923 he was a permanent participant of the exhibitions in the art galleries of Paris, Zurich, Brussels and London. During the Second World War, he was arrested and sent to the concentration camp Drancy, France, where in 1944 he organized the escape of prisoners. There was preserved a significant number of drawings, where the daily life in the camp was depicted. In 1945 the artist's works were exhibited at the exhibition of contemporary painters and sculptors, organized by the Committee "France - USSR" XIV of Paris. He worked in the genres of landscape, portrait and genre painting, studied eau-forte. His works are stored in the French museums, and the museums of London, Zurich, New York, Tel Aviv, the prints are stored in the National Library in Paris.

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