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Young Cart Driver with a Hat, early 20th century (etching, ink on paper)

Ephraim Mose Lilien (1874-1925) was an internationally renowned Austrian printmaker, illustrator and photographer. He is often considered the most pro

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Young Cart Driver with a Hat, early 20th century (etching, ink on paper)
Immagine Numero
LBI6340699
Titolo
Young Cart Driver with a Hat, early 20th century (etching, ink on paper)
Artista
Lilien, Ephraim Moses (1874-1925) / Polish
Ubicazione
Leo Baeck Institute at the Center for Jewish History, NY, USA
Tecnica
etching, ink on paper
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23x29.5 cms
Descrizione
Ephraim Mose Lilien (1874-1925) was an internationally renowned Austrian printmaker, illustrator and photographer. He is often considered the most prominent Jewish artist to be associated with Art Noveau or Jugendstil, a new international style coming out of the European Secession movement at the turn of the twentieth century. Lilien is particularly noted for his art on Jewish and Zionist themes. Born in Drohobicz, Galicia (then part of the Austro Hungarian empire) in 1874 in poor circumstances, Lilien's artistic inclinations became evident early in life. He was apprenticed to a sign-maker as a youth and subsequently attended the Academy of Art in Krakow, where he studied under Polish history painter Jan Matejko. In 1899 Lilien moved to Berlin, where he became a member of the artists' group Die Kommenden, which included Carl Busse, Stefan Zweig und B??rries Freiherr v. Munchhausen. Lilien illustrated Munchhausen's book "Juda," with his soon-to-be characteristic Art Nouveau style, in 1900. He then co-founded the Demokratisch-Zionistische Fraktion, a group that espoused Zionism as a way to cultural, political and economic renewal for Jews. In 1901, Lilien worked with Martin Buber to organize an exhibit of Jewish artists at the Fifth World Zionist Conference in Basel. Also in support of his Zionism beliefs, Lilien made four trips to Palestine between 1906-1918, including a trip to Jerusalem in 1906 to assist Boris Schatz in founding the Bezalel Art School. He moved to Braunschweig, Germany in 1921 and died of a heart attack in 1925.
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© Leo Baeck Institute / Photo © Leo Baeck Institute / Bridgeman Images
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