Jewish École de Paris
During the first half of the 20th century, Paris was one of the most notable homes for artistic innovation and creation. thought the movement isn't definitively jewish, and included many non Jewish artists like Picasso, Miro and Mondrian, the Jewish side of this school was just as prominent, becoming known as something unique inside the movement.
they incorporated the teachings of the school while inserting the stories of the bible and Jewish culture. Though not stylistically coherent, they worked and studied their art together, adding to one another in their personnel techniques.
many students of the Jewish side of the movement later became known on their own regard, Like Moshe Castel.
Here you will find works by artists of the movement during and after the periods of which the movement worked, as well as artists influenced by it and its ideologies.