(1870 - 1949)
Jean Misceslas Peske was active/lived in Ukraine, France. Jean Peske is known for impressionist landscape, figure, and still life painting.
Biography Jean Peske
Jean Peské, née Jan Miroslaw Peszke, was born in Kherson in the Russian Empire to parents of Polish origin, and studied art at the Academies in Kiev, Odessa, and Warsaw. At 21 he emigrated to France, where he studied at the Académie Julian, and was friendly with numerous other Polish émigrés, including Marie Curie, with whom he was closely associated throughout his life, as well as Guillaume Apollinaire. He was also close to other notable artists of the day, including Signac, Pissarro, Bonnard, and Vuillard, and under the influence of Signac experimented with pointillisme. Peské also exhibited with the Nabis, including at Le Barc de Boutteville along with Sérusier, Bonnard, and Vuillard.
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