Nathan Grunsweigh

Born in Krakow, Poland (1880 - 1943)

Grunsweigh arrived in Paris before World War I. He was associated with the "School of Paris" group, and some of his paintings reflect styles that were commonly used by it. However, he also developed a highly individualistic style in which he painted figures with great precision, paying close attention to characterizing details. Grunsweigh exhibited in the Salon des Indepéndants and the Salon des Tuileries.

He was deported to Germany and died in a concentration camp in 1943.

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Nathan Grunsweigh
Nathan Grunsweigh
Still Life with Coffee Pot
oil on vanvas, 46x27 cm.