Issachar Ber Ryback

(18971935 ) - Artworks
RYBACK Issachar Ber Le Marchand De Volailles

Matsa /Jun 23, 2013
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Issachar Ber Ryback - Mon Village

Issachar Ber Ryback - Mon Village

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Lot number: 75
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Gallery Jean Tiroche, Israel Purchased from the above circa 1973 75 Issachar Ber Ryback 1897-1935 MON VILLAGE: PORTFOLIO Quantity: 15 signed I. Ryback (each sheet lower right) and numbered 18/250 (each sheet lower left) lithograph on paper 25 5/8 by 19 3/4 in. 65.1 by 50.2 cm. The album of 15 lithographs was published in the 60's or early 70's. Estimate 5,000 - 7,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Issachar Ber Ryback - Violoniste Aveugle

Issachar Ber Ryback - Violoniste Aveugle

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Sonia Ryback (widow of the artist) Acquired from the above by William Margulies, April 1960 15 PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MR. WILLIAM MARGULIES Issachar Ber Ryback 1897-1935 VIOLONISTE AVEUGLE signed I. Ryback (lower right); signed I. Ryback, inscribed Paris and titled (on the reverse) oil on canvas 31 3/4 by 25 5/8 in. 81 by 65 cm. Estimate 15,000 - 20,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Issachar Ber Ryback - At The Market

Issachar Ber Ryback - At The Market

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Lot number: 115
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Issachar Ber Ryback (1897-1935) At the market signed 'I. Ryback' (lower left) watercolour on paper 17¾ x 22¼ in. (45.1 x 56.2 cm.) The Property of the Late Miss Kate Kemper; Christie's, South Kensington, 21 October 2004, lot 425. Acquired at the above sale and then by descent to the present owners. PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIMONE AND JEAN TIROCHE Jean Tiroche was born in Poland in 1925. At the age of three, he moved with his family to France. In his teens he began working as an apprentice to his father, a cabinetmaker working in the flea market in Paris. Young Jean managed to convince his father not only to conserve antique furniture but also to start dealing in it. When the Second World War broke out, Jean joined the French Resistance. It was only after the end of the war, when he returned to Paris, that Jean learnt of the death of his parents and both of his elder brothers. With his uncle's financial assistance, Jean bought a small truck and began travelling through the French countryside on weekdays, seeking out furniture, silverware, glassware, decorative paintings, carpets and so forth. Within a few months, he was able to pay back his uncle's loan. In 1949, after the establishment of the State of Israel, he decided to move there. A year later, he opened an antique shop on Ben Yehuda Street in Tel Aviv, before subsequently moving to premises on Allenby Street and then Dizengoff Street. Simone Tiroche (née Nahon) was born in Casablanca, Morocco. As a young teenager, she joined the Zionist movement and helped young Jews fleeing Morocco to reach Marseilles and later Paris on their way to Israel. Later, she too decided to move there, arriving in 1948. In 1950, she met Jean at the home of mutual friends. They married the following year. Jean and Simone were soon at the heart of bohemian nightlife in Tel Aviv. They were gracious and generous hosts at home and in bars and restaurants, where they entertained a circle of bon vivant contemporaries. In 1959, following a visit to Jaffa, Jean was inspired to close his shop on Dizengoff Street. Instead, he bought a former brothel in Old Jaffa and converted it into the old city's first art gallery, opening in 1960. The exotic exhibition space of the Tiroche Gallery and its steady influx of influential visitors markedly enlivened Jaffa's night life. The Tiroches relished its Parisian salon-like lifestyle, entertaining the well-known artists, actors and singers of the day. Jean was a self-taught and self-made man. The artists of the School of Paris were his main field of expertise. In his Jaffa gallery, he exhibited works by artists such as Modigliani, Chagall, Kisling and Pascin. His taste was innovative and modern. He also promoted local artists, such as Nachum Gutman, an established figure at the time, and more contemporary figures such as Aharon Messeg. Jean realised that he was not fully exploiting his knowledge and potential in Israel. First, encouraged by American collectors, he opened galleries in Palm Beach, Florida and New York; from 1982, he refocused his attention, moving part-time to Europe and selling to an increasingly international market that included Japan. Tall and red-headed, he became a familiar figure in auction houses around the world. He was also widely respected for his expertise. Jean passed away in Tel Aviv in 2007. He is survived by his wife Simone, three children and seven grandchildren. His artistic and commercial legacy lives on in his three children, who are each committed to careers in the art world and are experts in their chosen fields. Issachar Ber Ryback was born in Elisavetgrad, Kherson province and received his formal art training at the Kiev School of Art. During his studies he also frequented Alexandra Exter's (1882-1949) private studio. At that time, he was a member of an informal group of Jewish students along with Boris Aronson (1900-1980), Alexander Tyshler (1898- 1980) and Mark Epstein (1897-1949), all of whom went on to become well-known artists. The group were inspired by a longing to explore their national identity and pursue their common interest in modern trends in art. In 1916, as part of the Jewish Historical and Ethnographic Society commission, Ryback travelled to small Ukrainian and Belorussian towns with the intention of capturing Jewish artifacts for posterity. This trip awakened the artist's passion and interest in Jewish folk art, which proved pervasive in his oeuvre. Following his trip to Berlin in 1921, Ryback actively collaborated with Berlin-based Jewish writers and illustrated a number of books. His art was well received by Western audiences and from 1923 onwards he had solo exhibitions in Paris, The Hague, Rotterdam, Brussels, Antwerp and Cambridge. In 1926 the artist settled in Paris and was the subject of a major retrospective exhibition there organised by Daniel Leopold Wildenstein (1917-2001) in 1935.
Issachar Ber Ryback - Le Marchand De Volailles

Issachar Ber Ryback - Le Marchand De Volailles

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Lot number: 343
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** Issachar Ber Ryback 1897-1935 (Russian) Le marchand de volailles, c. 1930 oil on canvas h:98 w:76 cm. signed lower right, signed again and titled on the reverse Provenance: Galerie Joseph Billiet & Co., Paris. I.B. Frydman collection, Paris. Sale: Artcurial, March 23, 2011, lot 103. Private European collection. Estimate $ 50,000-70,000
Issachar Ber Ryback - The Shadchan

Issachar Ber Ryback - The Shadchan

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Lot number: 158
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** Issachar Ber Ryback 1897-1935 (Russian) The shadchan, 1932 oil on canvas h:46 w:39 cm. signed lower right Provenance: Atelier 46 Rue d'Orsel, Paris. Private collection, New York. Sale: Sotheby's New York, December 14, 2011, lot 45. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. Private European collection. Other Notes: Accompanied by a copy of a letter from Mrs. Issacher Ryback, dated January 26, 1969. Estimate $ 22,000-28,000
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