Soutine


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Soutine

(French sutin)
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(Biography) Chaim (ˈxaɪɪm). 1893–1943, French expressionist painter, born in Russia; noted for his portraits and still lifes, esp of animal carcasses

Sou•tine

(suˈtin)

n.
Chaim, 1894–1943, Lithuanian painter.
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Noun1.Soutine - French expressionist painter (born in Lithuania) (1893-1943)
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4), Francis Bacon, Mark Rothko, Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe, Chaim Soutine, Alberto Giacometti, Robert Ryman, Jean Dubuffet, Nicolas de Stael, and Agnes Martin.
Many of his works look even more spectral and ghostly when placed next to the warmer, fleshier offerings of Soutine and Rembrandt.
Inspired by Soutine, Celia Paul, Manet and Van Goyen, Karen loves working with oils.
Artist records were set for Chaim Soutine, Peter Doig and Jean Dubuffet, whose 'Paris Polka' fetched $24.
8) We know, for instance, that she was familiar with the work of Leland Bell, Louisa Matthiasdottir, Georges Rouault, and Chaim Soutine from a 1955 letter about a one-man exhibition by Leland Bell.
Also included are original works of art and prints signed by Kurt Schwitters, Chaim Soutine, Sam Francis, Victor Vasarely, Ida Kohlmeyer, Henri Matisse, Alexander Calder, Keith Haring, Miro, Erte, Bruce Barnard, Henri Rovel, Kauffman, Felix La Bisse, Michael Flohr, Andy Warhol, P.
The Barnes holds one of the finest collections of post-impressionist and early modern paintings, with extensive works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Henri Rousseau, Amedeo Modigliani, Chaim Soutine, and Giorgio de Chirico; American masters Charles Demuth, William Glackens, Horace Pippin and Maurice Prendergast; old master paintings; important examples of African sculpture; Native American ceramics, jewelry and textiles; American paintings and decorative arts; and antiquities from the Mediterranean region and Asia.
Letters plugging the exhibition addressed to the Jewish Daily Forward in New York and the Day in Connecticut noted, "Zygmunt Menkes is considered along with [Chaim] Soutine and [Marc] Chagall as one of the most important of living Jewish artists.
When Stern poetizes Soutine at poem's end as "a ripped-open Jew .
His paintings, though uniquely fragile, are still caught between the violence of the graffiti mark and the strange beauty of Expressionism (see L'oiseau 'Bird', 1949, an ode to Chaim Soutine if there ever was one), making Wols a fascinating figure of his historical moment, when the vestiges of an authentic belief in painting persisted throughout the horrors of World War II and into the postwar moment of new beginnings.
Scholfield incurred a six-day ban at Huntingdon last Thursday after riding the Jamie Snowden-trained Soutine, but claims the chamois - the cloth that goes under the saddle - that he weighed out subsequently became saturated which accounted for the overweight.
Nick Scholfield, who rode Soutine to finish third, was found to have weighed out at 10st 6lb and weighed in at 10st 8lb.