Taib, Salomon Birth - Death : 1877-? Nationality : French
Born in Algeria, Taib studied painting in Paris with Leon Bonnat. He exhibited his works at the Salon des Artistes Francais from 1906.
Taieb, Patricia Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : French
Tamir, Moshe Birth - Death : Active from the 2nd half of the 20th Century Nationality : Israeli
Tanzer, Bronislaw Birth - Death : Active during the first half of the 20th Century Nationality : Polish
Impressionist painter in Poland.
Tapper, Leela Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : American then Israeli
Painter After studying at the Art Students League in New York during the early 1950s, she worked and taught painting in the U.S until 1966, the year she settled in Jaffa.
Tauber, Blanka Birth - Death : 20th Century Nationality : Hungarian
Tauber, Dylan Birth - Death : 20th-21st Century Nationality : Israeli
Tayeb, Loulou Birth - Death : 1942- Nationality : French
Tayeb studied painting at a young age in Tunisia. After settling in Paris in 1961, he completed his studies with Terechkovitch, Lipchitz and Prinner and exhibited his works from 1981.
Teboul, Gilles Birth - Death : 20th-21st Century Nationality : French
Teitel-Vardi, Renee Birth - Death : 1924- Nationality : Austrian then Israeli
Painter. Teitel-Vardi immigrated to Palestine in 1946 and studied art in Haifa. Her works are in private collections in Israel and abroad.
Teitelbaum, Mojzesz Birth - Death : 19th-20th Century Nationality : Polish
Painter. Possible confusion with a certain M. A Teitelbaum.
Teixeira de Mattos, Henri Birth - Death : 1856-1908 Nationality : Dutch
Sculptor and Painter.
Teixeira de Mattos, Sara Birth - Death : 1814-1893 Nationality : Dutch
Telingater, Solomon Birth - Death : 1903-1969 Nationality : Russian
Telingater studied at Vkhutemas in Moscow from 1920 to 1921 and was appointed head of the Art Studio of the House of Communist Education in Baku, where he also became a reporter for several newspapers between 1921 and 1925. He then moved to Moscow and participated in the periodical PoligrafcHeskoe Proivodstvo”. He was a close friend of Rodchenko and his wife Stepanova, as well of El Lissitzky whom he helped make his avant-garde hand-made books. He took part in numerous exhibitions from 1927 as well as in a major one called Art of the Book in 1931 in Paris. In 1932, Telingater worked for the Theatre of the Red Army in Moscow, experimenting boldly with photomontage and collage. He was awarded a gold medal at the 1937 Universal Exhibition in Paris and a gold medal at the 1959 International Exhibition of Book Design of Socialist Countries. In 1963, Telingater was awarded the International Gutenberg Prize in Leipzig. "