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Léon Zack

Born in: 1892


Lev Vassilievitch Zack, known as Léon Zack, was a russian painter, who became a French citizen in 1938. He was born on July 12th 1892 in Nijni Novgorod and died on March 30 1980 in Vanves (Hauts-de-seine).

Leon Zack was a figurative artist until 1946, painting mostly portraits in the same style than that of Picasso's rose period (double portrait of a men,1931, oil on canvas, Colmar, Unterlinden Museum).
Little by little, he became an expressionist. The faces in his paintings are framed by black lined contours.

Gradually developed towards abstraction, initially by knife, however, later on he started doing big washings where only nodules remained.
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  • Painting Abstract

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  • Print Abstract

  • Painting Oil

  • Print Lithography

  • Drawing

  • Drawing Watercolour

  • French Artist

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Léon Zack, Sans titre, Painting

Léon Zack

Sans titre, 1970
22 x 19.7 inch


Léon Zack, Composition abstraite 5, Drawing

Léon Zack

Composition abstraite 5, 1972
7.1 x 4.7 inch


Léon Zack, Sans Titre, Print

Léon Zack

Sans Titre, 1958
25.8 x 19.9 inch


Léon Zack, Sans titre, Painting

Léon Zack

Sans titre, 1973
35 x 45.7 x 0.8 inch


Léon Zack, Untitled, Painting

Léon Zack

Untitled, 1962
31.9 x 25.6 inch


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