Oil on canvas.
Size: 55х46 see

Fibich - Schrage Surfin (1899-1975), whose name is sometimes referred to as "Sam", was born in the village of Smilovichi, near Minsk in Belarus. In 1913 he was enrolled in art School in Vilna (Vilnius). In 1914, he emigrated to Palestine, and studied art in Jerusalem (Beçal'el, approximately 1916), he participated in the exhibition organized by the mayor of Jerusalem in 1920. His style at that time was close to Fauvism. He received additional training from max Liebermann in Berlin, where he participated in the Salon "Berliner Sezession" in 1923. In 1924, Sarvin moved to Paris, where he continued to emerge as an artist. Between 1925 and 1927, then again in 1930, 1933, 1937 and 1940, he regularly participated in various exhibitions: "Salon of Independent"; "Jewish artists Salon", the exhibition in the gallery of Notre-Dame in Grenoble in November 1941, at the famous exhibition in the foyer of the hotel "Des artistes" in Lyon in March 1942. Was friendly with Chaim Soutine and M. Kikoin. Was in constant contact with other artists: Anteroom, Pinkhus Flint, sculptor Tamari. Entered the circle of artists "Paris school".

Around 1930
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