(1889 - 1978)
Leo Abramowicz was active/lived in Austria, France. Leo Abramowicz is known for Still life and portrait painting.
Léon Abramowicz was called Leo Abramowicz, and was born in 1889. He was an Austrian Jewish painter, collector and art dealer. He was a representative of the "lost generation".
He studied from 1912-14, at the Munich academy with Carl Raupp and Ludwig von Herterich. In 1920, while based in Vienna, he was persecuted and expropriated after 1938 as a Jew. He fled to France, where there was an outbreak of WW2 camp internment. He managed to escape again.
Leon Abramowicz passed away in 1978.