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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A I don't really have a single favourite artist, but if I had to say one it would be Chaim Soutine.
Painted by the likes of Soutine and Modigliani, she was immortalised most famously by her lover Man Ray.
Lo considero un "esplendido regalo espiritual" pues pudo ver obras de Derain, Cezanne, Modigliani, Soutine, Renoir, Rousseau, Chirico, Laurencin, Goerg, Faurtrier, entre otros, y pudo ver hasta el hartazgo las obras de Picasso: la costurera, la mujer con sombrero, la melancolia, los saltimbanquis, bodegones y "tantos de sus cuadros famosos y de sus esculturas".
Sixty-six years later we encounter Rose in Los Angeles, now a chic, no-nonsense woman attending the wake of a friend, Joseph, who acquired her family's lost Soutine after it mysteriously turned up in New York.
He continues the 20th-century painting tradition and the tradition of the Paris school of Jewish artists (such as Soutine, Kikoine, Kremegne) who were born in the historic lands of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle New Bridge Street (0191 232 7734) Out Of Chaos: An exhibition of works by 50 international artists including Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Marc Chagall, Chaim Soutine and Alfred Wolmark, which address the universality of migration and resulting issues of identity and belonging.
Chaim Soutine prefers static objects, having issues with what can only be considered "performance anxiety" with live models, a nervousness about their immediacy and nudity.
Nicolaes Tulp, 1632, up to the animal carcasses of Chaim Soutine and Francis Bacon, and the works of Hermann Nitsch.
Queste ultime, brevi parole, aprono un mondo (e chiudono al contempo ogni prospettiva corriva di interpretazione realistica o neorealistica del Cristo): un mondo pervaso da un respiro 'panteistico' in cui lo stesso volto umano, superando ogni divieto di rappresentazione, e segno di altro, forse del Tutt'altro (posizione implicita nelle opere dei grandissimi artisti di origine ebraica di inizio secolo, che Levi a Parigi conobbe uno per uno, il magico Chagall, il tragico Soutine grande amico di Modigliani, Kremegne lituano anch'egli, e non estranea alla centralita del ritratto nella sua pittura).
The work has both romantic and expressionist characteristics which ally her to William Blake, Soutine, Picasso and Frances Bacon.
On retrouve cet esprit dans les portraits de Chaim Soutine, de Moise Kisling, et meme dans cet etonnant autoportrait, ou il se peint en Pierrot, comme un clin d'œil a la Commedia dell'arte de son pays natal.
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