Jules Pascin  (French, 1885-1930) 


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Jules Pascin, Nu Couché sur le Divan


Jules Pascin
Nu Couché sur le Divan
Viviane Bregman Fine Art
Jules Pascin, Genevieve with a Garland of Flowers


Jules Pascin
Genevieve with a Garland of Flowers

Aktis Gallery
Jules Pascin, La Sangeusa


Jules Pascin
La Sangeusa

Avery Galleries
Jules Pascin, Lecture au Cafe


Jules Pascin
Lecture au Cafe
Leslie Sacks Fine Art
Jules Pascin, Hermine Cousant (Hermine Bending), U.S.A.


Jules Pascin
Hermine Cousant (Hermine Bending), U.S.A.

Modern & Contemporary Prints
Jules Pascin, Reclining Woman in Fur Trimmed Robe


Jules Pascin
Reclining Woman in Fur Trimmed Robe

Modern & Contemporary Prints
Jules Pascin, Base Ball Game


Jules Pascin
Base Ball Game

Jules Pascin, Printemps


Jules Pascin

Abby M. Taylor Fine Art LLC
Jules Pascin, Marie


Jules Pascin

Galerie Rienzo
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Jules Pascin, Woman


Jules Pascin
pen and watercolor on paper


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Jules Pascin, To kvinner


Jules Pascin
To kvinner, 1979


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Jules Pascin, Filles et enfants (studies) (double-sided)


Jules Pascin
Filles et enfants (studies) (double-sided)


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1885   Born in Widdin, Bulgaria, as Julius Pincas, he was raised in Bucharest, Rumania. He later adopted the name, Jules Pascin, under which all his paintings are known
1914 - 1920   Lived in America and became a U.S. citizen to escape military service in France.
1920   Returned to Paris, and from there, traveled throughout Europe and North Africa
1905 - 1929   Worked as a satirical cartoonist for a Munich weekly.
1930   Suffering depression and alcoholism, he committed suicide on the eve of a prestigious solo show by slitting his wrists and hanging himself in his studio in Montmartre.
   Nadine NIESZAWER ”Peintres juifs de l’Ecole de Paris 1905-1939” Editions Denoël Paris 2000