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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.

 
MARCEL VERTES
At the races, 1951
Lithograph
 
LOUIS-ROBERT ANTRAL
At the seaside, 1927
Etching
 
ANDRE DIGNIMONT
At the seaside, 1927
Etching
 
CHARLES-AUGUSTE EDELMANN
At the table, 1927
Etching
 
OTHON COUBINE
Atys, 1926
Drypoint
 
GEORGES VILLA
Au beau coeur de Mai, 1938
Etching/aquatint
 
GASTON NICK
Au Rendez-vous des Amis, 1928
Etching
 
GEORGES VILLA
Au temps du chat noir, 1934
Etching
 
PHILIPPE CARA COSTEA
Autoportrait, 1951
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
GAETAN DE ROSNAY
Autoportrait, 1951
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
PAUL COLLOMB
Autoportrait, 1951
Serigraph/silkscreen
 
DANIEL DU JANERAND
Autoportrait, 1951
Serigraph/silkscreen

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