(1886 - 1943)
Adolphe Feder was active/lived in France, Russian Federation, Ukraine. Adolphe Feder is known for German internment camp portraits, still life and landscape painting, illustration.
Biography Adolphe Feder
Adolphe Féder (also Aizik Féder; 16 July 1886 – 13 December 1943) was a Jewish-Ukrainian painter and illustrator. He moved to France in 1908, where he remained until his deportation and subsequent murder at the hands of the Vichy regime. Féder is best-known today for the artwork he produced of those interned with him in the Drancy internment camp.
Born to Jewish-Ukrainian merchant parents, in 1905 Féder found himself involved in the revolutionary Bund Labor Movement. His involvement in the organization would force him to flee to Berlin at the age of 19.
Following his time in Berlin, Féder moved to Geneva before moving to Paris in 1908 to study at the Académie Julian. At the Académie he studied painting and worked closely with
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