(1909 - 1986)
Pinchas Abramovich was active/lived in Lithuania, Israel. Pinchas Abramovich is known for expressionist, abstract figure, landscape and composition painting.
Pinhas Abramovich was born in Mazeikiai, Lithuania. He was the youngest of eight children. His parents, Orthodox Jews, owned a leather and shoe factory. After the outbreak of World War I, the family was exiled to Russia, where Abramovich studied in a Jewish school. In 1916, his mother died suddenly.
With the start of the October Revolution, the family moved to Kharkov, Ukraine, and Abramovich was sent to a Russian communist school. In 1922, the family returned to Lithuania and settled in the village of Siad. Abramovich attended a Jewish school and was active in the Hatzofim youth movement. He began to study art in Shavli with an artist named Ananiv.
In 1926, he enrolled in the Kovno Academy of Art. In 1927, he joined Hashome ... Displaying 750 of 2608 characters.