Cahen, Eugene Birth - Death : 19th-20th Century Nationality : French
Eugene Cahen painted city scenes and exhibited his works at the Salon des Independants in Paris.
Cahen, Sara Marguerite Birth - Death : 19th-20th Century Nationality : French
Sara Cahen produced miniatures mainly. She exhibited her works in Paris in 1900.
Cahn or Cahn-Debre Marcelle Birth - Death : 1895-1981 Nationality : French
Marcelle Cahn studied art in Strasbourg and then during the First World War in Berlin, where she frequented the Der Sturm\" group. She went to Paris in 1919 and met Munch in Zurich in 1922. She then studied under Leger and Ozenfant in Paris in 1925 and took part in several exhibitions in France and abroad. Cahn Marcelle was one of the precursors of geometrical abstraction during the 1930s but had little success during her lifetime though she strove to perfect her style and to define purer forms. Affected by a severe illness, she limited herself to producing collages at the end of her life. "
Cahn, Miriam Birth - Death : 1949- Nationality : American
Painter. Miriam Cahn met success at the ArtBasel fair in June 2000.
Cahn, Raymonde Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : French
Raymonde Cahn produced pastel works during Her career.
Calisch, Moritz Birth - Death : 1819-1870 Nationality : Dutch
Calisch worked as a painter of portraits and historical and genre scenes.
Caplan, Irwin Birth - Death : 1919- Nationality : American
Painter. Caplan produced abstract works.
Capri, Jacopo Birth - Death : 17th Century Nationality : Italian
Born in Verona, Capri worked as a printmaker in Amsterdam.
Carel, Sari Birth - Death : 1975- Nationality : Israeli
Painter. Carel graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts in Jerusalem in 1996. She had her first solo exhibition at the Artists' Gallery in Tel Aviv.
Caro-Delvaille, Henry Birth - Death : 1876-1928 Nationality : French
Caro-Delavaille used to produce nudes and genre paintings, which he exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais from the end of the 19th Century.
Carp, Esther Birth - Death : 1910-1970 Nationality : Polish
Esther Carp was born in Warsaw into a family of musicians. She studied painting in Vienna before settling in 1925 in Paris, where she was much impressed by the works of Sisley and Cezanne. She exhibited her paintings at the Salons des Artistes Independants, d'Automne and des Tuileries as well as with the Union of French Women from 1930. She returned to Poland but became paranoid and had to be treated in various hospitals. Esther Carp survived the war after remaining hidden in a cellar for four years and went back to Paris, where she suffered other bouts of her illness. Feeling persecuted most of the time, Carp was sent to a psychiatric hospital in 1963 and then treated in southern France.
Carvallo-Schulein, Suzanne Birth - Death : 1883- Nationality : French
Carvallo-Schulein produced landscapes, portraits and genre paintings. She worked and lived in Munich and exhibited Her works several times in Paris between 1907 and 1935.
Cavaillon Birth - Death : ?-1953 Nationality : French
Celebonovic Aleksa Birth - Death : 1917-1987 Nationality : Yugoslav
Painter and art critic.
Cernat, Hana Birth - Death : 1914- Nationality : Romanian then Israeli
Cernat started a career as a lawyer after studying painting under Emil Lenhardt. She settled in Israel in 1963 and worked as a part-time painter besides running a legal business. She then exhibited her Surrealist paintings in many Israeli cities from 1974.
Chabchay, Marie Birth - Death : 1880-1983 Nationality : Russian then French
Painter. Marie Chabchay worked in Saint Petersburg before settling in Paris in 1927. She had two solo exhibitions there in 1945 and 1955. Chabchay then headed the Jewish Museum in Paris.
Chaney, Israel Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : British?
Chashnik, Ilya Grigorievich Birth - Death : 1902-1929 Nationality : Lithuanian
Chashnik worked as a Supremacist artist with Malevich in Vitebsk and Petrograd. After studying drawing with Penn in Vitebsk he pursued his studies with Chagall at the Institute there. Chashnik then became one of Malevich's closest collaborators and was one of the founding members of the Unovis group. He moved in 1922 to Petrograd where he assisted Malevich at the Museum of Artistic Culture and began to apply Supremacist designs to utilitarian objects, represented in the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes\" in Paris. Chashnik died of appendicitis at 27. "
Chefetz, Yaacov Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : Israeli
Chefetz exhibited his paintings in the Abraham Lubelski Gallery in New York, in June 1998.
Chekroun, Avi Birth - Death : Active from the last third of the 20th Century Nationality : Israeli
Chekroun has been working as an abstract painter in Israel and in France.