(1891 - 1953)
Moise (Maurice) Kisling was active/lived in California / France, Israel, Poland. Moise Kisling is known for child figure, nudes and portrait painting.
Born in Cracow, Poland, in 1891, Kisling lived most of his life in France, becoming a citizen of that country. He died in Sanary-sur-Mer, France, in 1953.
He was well known for his association with the famous artists of the School of Paris in the early 20th Century. He exhibited his work in 1934 in Pittsburgh (Mallett), and fled France during the Nazi occupation, exhibiting in New York and Washington, then settling in California. He stayed in the U.S. until 1946, when he returned to France.
He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Crakow with Jozef Pankiewicz (1866-1940), an admirer of Auguste Renoir and the French Impressionists, who encouraged Kisling to go to Paris. Kisling, in Montmartre and Montpa ... Displaying 750 of 0 characters.