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Between the two world wars, Paris was flooded with emigré artists from central and eastern Europe. Together with French artists in Montmartre, they formed what is known as the School of Paris, whose head boy was Jules Pascin. Other prominent figures include Marcel Vertès, Luc-Albert Moreau, Gustave Assire, Chas Laborde, Charles-Auguste Edelmann, and the wife of Pascin, Hermine David.

 
MARIETTE LYDIS
À une heure du matin (Baudelaire), 1948
Etching/aquatint
 
EDOUARD GOERG
A visit to the doctor, 1926
Etching
 
ANTHONY GROSS
A Visit to the Opera, 1950
Lithograph
 
DANIEL ROUVIERE
A walk in the wood with two dogs, 1945
Etching
 
MARC CHAGALL
Acrobatics, 1963
Lithograph
 
ANDRE DIGNIMONT
Adjusting a stocking, 1930
Etching
 
MARCEL VERTES
After the morning after, 1941
Pochoir
 
PIERRE GUASTALLA
Aix-en-Provence, 1942
Etching
 
LUCIEN MAINSSIEUX
Alley in Fes, 1930
Drawing
 
CLAUDE LEPAPE
American soldier, 1944
Engraving
 
GEORGES VILLA
Amorous couple, 1934
Etching
 
NORMAN RUBINGTON
An artist in Paris, 1950s
Etching

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