(1885 - 1969)
Lou Albert-Lasard was active/lived in Germany, France. Lou Albert Lasard is known for painting.
Biography Lou Albert-Lasard
Lou Albert-Lasard (1885 in Metz – July 1969 in Paris) was an Expressionist painter.
She was born in 1885 in Metz (then part of Germany), daughter to a Jewish banking family. From 1908 until 1914, she studied art in Munich, where she and her sister, Ilse Heller-Lazard lived, and then in Paris. In 1909, she married Eugene Albert, a chemist 30 years her senior, (1856–1929) and had a daughter, Ingo de Croux-Albert (1911–1997). Separating from her husband, she studied with the artist Fernand Léger. She also had connections with the Belgian avant-garde magazine "Het Overzicht", which was directed by Michel Seuphor and Jozef Peeters.
In 1914-1916, while still legally married, she had an affair with German-language
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