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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.

 
LUC-ALBERT MOREAU
Black prostitute, 1924
Lithograph
 
MARC CHAGALL
Boaz wakes up and sees Ruth at his feet, 1960
Lithograph
 
PIERRE FALKE
Bombardment, 1924
Etching
 
ANDRE COLLOT
Bonum vinum laetificat cor hominum, 1931
Etching
 
LOUIS VALDO-BARBEY
Bordeaux, 1949
Etching
 
TIGRANE POLAT
Botticelli, 1930
Etching
 
TIGRANE POLAT
Botticelli in love, 1930
Etching
 
EDMOND HEUZE
Bougrelas is given his sword, 1947
Lithograph
 
GEORGES GORVEL
Boulevard du Montparnasse, 1926
Mezzotint
 
GEORGES GORVEL
Boulevard du Montparnasse (Les arbres dans le brouillard, 1916), 1926
Mezzotint
 
CHRISTIAN BERARD
Boxers, 1944
Pochoir [sold]
 
CHRISTIAN BERARD
Boxing booth, 1944
Pochoir

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