Red Signature

 

 

 

Whereabouts Unknown

 

The following are images of documented or otherwise known Mącznik

paintings or drawings, the whereabouts of which remain unknown.

 

If you are aware of the location of any of these paintings or

drawings, please notify the webmaster as soon as possible.

 

Thank you!

 

 

Mącznik's wife (presumably), working at sewing machine.

 

 

"'A Paris Street' by the artist Jacob Mącznik"

 

 

 

Lodz

 

 

Paris

 

 

Paris

(same scene, different painting)

 

 

The is the cover of a book/folio. It appears like a book, with a hard cover, and contains several pages of printed text,

followed by a pocket, in which there are eight, original watercolors of synagogues.

 

 

Photo of a self-portrait, oil.

 

 

Above is an image (partially obscured) of page 202 of the French version of the book of the exhibition

"Artistes d'Europe: Montparnasse Déporté," published by Le Musée du Montparnasse.

It was then reported to be the first exposition of the painters and sculptors of the "Montparnasse Deported."

(However, it was not. There were one at Galerie Zak in 1955, one in Israel in 1968, and others.]

 These four oil paintings were part of the renowned Montparnasse Déporté exhibitions in Turin, Italy, and Paris, France, approximately 2005.

[The exhibition's Réalisatrice was Sylvie Buisson, assisted by Delphine Demaison and Véronique Robiani.

The Consultante was Nadine Nieszawer. The Régisseur des Oeuvres was Casimir Buisson.]

At one point, at least two of these four paintings were reportedly in the hands of Mme. and Mr. Chapiro of

Galerie Saphir (Paris and Dinard, France), acknowledged summer 2019 by Mme Chapiro to this webmaster.

Soon after the exhibition was completed, the whereabouts of all four paintings became more widely unknown, and remain

unknown today.  The Musée du Montparnasse closed its doors 2015. Below are other images of three of the paintings above:

 

 

 

 

Oil painting portrait of the poet Leib Malach (pseudonym of Leib Salzman).

 

 

Four more Mącznik paintings.

 

 

A watercolor/gouache done in Prague (Praga) 1937.

 

 

Possibly a gravestone.

 

 

Drawing of synagogue in Gabin, Poland.

 

 

Drawing of synagogue in Rzeszow, Poland.

 

 

Self Portrait Before an Open Window

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: There is/was also a portrait of the wife of the École de Paris artist Alfred Aberdam.

 

 

If you are aware of the location of any of the above paintings or

drawings, please notify the webmaster as soon as possible.

 

Thank you!

 

 

 

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