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Marcel Janco

Israel (Bucarest 1895 -  Tel Aviv 1984 ) Wikipedia® : Marcel Janco
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Jan 20, 2018
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Marcel Janco -  Portfolio Of Ten Lithographs 1970

Marcel Janco - Portfolio Of Ten Lithographs 1970

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MARCEL JANCO (israeli, 1895–1984) PORTFOLIO OF TEN LITHOGRAPHS 1970, pencil signed and numbered 45/75 on the justification page, also dedicated by the artist in pen on the title page; each print signed and numbered respectively (there were 100 total copies printed, 75 were assembled into portfolios), Itche Mambush at Ein Hod, Israel, publisher and printer. Ten color screenprints on heavy wove paper, each loose within a vellum sleeve and enclosed within an orange cloth-covered case with printed artist's name. sheet size (smallest): 13 11/16 x 19 5/8 in. (34.8 x 49/8cm) sheet size (largest): 15 1/4 x 22 3/16 in. (38.7 x 56.4cm) vellum (folded): 15 1/4 x 22 3/8 in. (38.7 x 56.8cm) case: 23 x 15 3/4 in. (58.2 x 40cm) (10 + case)
Marcel Janco - Architecture

Marcel Janco - Architecture

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Description: Marcel Janco (Israeli, 1895-1984) Architecture. Signed "Marcel Janco" in pencil l.r., titled in pencil l.l., inscribed "Epreuve d'artiste" in pencil l.c. Color lithograph with collage on paper, image size 19 7/8 x 13 5/8 in. (50.4 x 34.5 cm), framed. Condition: Gentle rippling, not examined out of frame.
Marcel Janco - Table With Fruit

Marcel Janco - Table With Fruit

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Lot number: 88
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Marcel Janco (1895-1984) Israeli TABLE WITH FRUIT, color lithograph, signed and titled in pencil, numbered 144/200, printed by Mambush Ein-Hod Israel with blind stamp lower right, image 16 ¾ x 23 ¾\”, full margins, framed. Provenance: Michael Hittleman Gallery Los Angeles.ConditionSome pale discoloration at sheet edges, some soft impressions from hinges, otherwise in apparently good condition.
Marcel Janco - Sunrise

Marcel Janco - Sunrise

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Marcel Janco, 1895-1984 Sunrise Metal relief Measurements 50 X35 cm Signed. Literature Marcel Janco, Introduction by A. B. Yoffe, edited by Massada LTD, Israel, 1994, illustrated on p. 172. About The Artist Marcel Janco, painter, born 1895, Bucharest, Romania. Immigrated 1941. 1915 Went to Switzerland and joined Hugo Bell, Jean Arp. 1916 -19 An originator of the Dada movement and participated in all its activities. Painted the famous masks in the style of African masks which were exhibited in "Cabaret Voltair". Painted abstract reliefs, combining expressionism and cubism. 1921 After a short time in Paris, returned to Bucharest, worked in architecture and was active in artists groups. 1948 A founder of New Horizons Group. 1953 A founder of the artists villege Ein Hod. Died 1984. . Education 1915 Studied Architecture, l'Ecole Polytechnique, Zurich, Switzerland Teaching 1953 Seminar Ha'Kibbutzim, Oranim Awards and Prizes 1945, 1946 The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture, Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa, Tel Aviv 1950, 1951 The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture, Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa, Tel Aviv 1958 The Histadrut Prize 1967 Israel Prize for Painting 1982 worthy of the City of Tel-Aviv, Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yaffo, Tel Aviv
Marcel Janco - Refugees

Marcel Janco - Refugees

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Marcel Janco 1895 - 1984 Refugees, 1939, Oil on cardboard laid down on canvas, 50 X70 cm. Signed (Faded). Provenance: Estate of Janet Tocatly (Jaglom). Janco\’s atelier lable attached to the reverse. Exhibition: Janco-Dada Museum, April-July, 1990. This painting is usually attributed to 1939 (also dated on the label on the reverse), however, this is very unlikely (as a rule of thumb, Janco excelled at inaccuracies regarding the dates of his paintings) because the painting depicts an event that took place in 1941: at the end of June \’41, some few days after Operation Barbarossa (the German invasion into the Soviet Union), but prior to the \”Final Solution\”, bloody events took place in Iasi in Romania, one of the most brutal pogroms in the history of East-European Jews. Romanian authorities orchestrated the pogrom in collaboration with the German Nazis. All of the Jews were taken out, 14,000 – 20,000 murdered. Marcel Janco came to Israel in 1941, around the time of this painting, horrified at the murder of his brother in law in Bucharest by the \”Iron Guard\” members, and his exclusion from any public-artistic activity as a Jew. Expulsion paintings by Janco in his Romanian period (a few exist in different variations), expressed his universal humanism, more than his Jewish identity. A painting such as \”The Expulsion from Iasi\” cannot be separated from other paintings he made in Israel from 1953 and onwards depicting Palestinian refugees leaving (expelled? Escaping?) their village En Khod in 1948, just a few years before that village – now Ein Hod – is populated by artists, led by Marcel Janco. Form wise, \”The Expulsion from Iasi\” is a significant painting by Janco, related to a line of paintings depicting expulsion of Jews, painted since Samuel Hirschenberg\’s \”Exile\” (1904), \”Refugees\” by Abel Pann (1906) and others. Customary to Janco\’s figurative paintings, the whole painting is constructed with dramatic rhythmic lines, confronting sharp forms with round and contrasting blues with reds. The trees at fall, outside the town seen in the background, symbolize the cold winter destined for Jewish refugees, oblivious to their soon to be harsh fate. (Translated and adapted from Gidon Ofrat)
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