Jankel Adler  (Polish, 1895-1949) 


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Jankel Adler, Akt mit Stuhl und rotem Tuch


Jankel Adler
Akt mit Stuhl und rotem Tuch

Galerie Michael Hasenclever KG
Jankel Adler, Kubistische Komposition


Jankel Adler
Kubistische Komposition
circa 1920

Galerie Ziegler SA
Jankel Adler, Flower Still Life


Jankel Adler
Flower Still Life
circa 1928

Stern Pissarro Gallery
Jankel Adler, Boy with Catapult


Jankel Adler
Boy with Catapult
Stern Pissarro Gallery
Jankel Adler, Still life on Table


Jankel Adler
Still life on Table
Gilden's Arts UK
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Jankel Adler, Jeune femme


Jankel Adler
Jeune femme
gouache on paper


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Jankel Adler, Reclining nude, with a subsidiary study of a head


Jankel Adler
Reclining nude, with a subsidiary study of a head
charcoal on paper


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Jankel Adler, Stehender weiblicher akt (Standing female nude)


Jankel Adler
Stehender weiblicher akt (Standing female nude), 1925-1928
tempera, sand and pen and ink on paper


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1922   Settled in Düsseldorf, taught at the Kunstakademie, member of the artists’ group "Junges Rheinland
1928   Winner of the Gold Medal of Deutsche Kunstausstellung (German Art Exhibition), Düsseldorf
1928   First one-man exhibition at Barmen Museum
1933   Left Germany for Paris 1933
1937   His works were removed from public collections by the Nazis and shown in the exhibition “Entartete Kunst” (Degenerate Art), Munich
1939   Moved to Scotland, later to London
1940   Exhibitions in London, Paris and New York
  Studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule, Barmen, Germany
   Exhibition Catalogue “Jankel Adler 1895–1949”, with essay by Ulrich Krempel, Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi, Köln 1985.
   adine NIESZAWER ”Peintres juifs de l’Ecole de Paris 1905-1939” Editions Denoël Paris 2000