Jules Pascin paintings by Jules Paskin





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Published on Aug 19, 2019

Jules Pascin (March 31, 1885 to June 31, 1930) was a Bulgarian painter of the Paris School.

In 1903, he moved to Munich, where he gained a high reputation as an illustrator of satirical magazines.

From 1905 to 1914, he exhibited sketches, watercolors and prints. After 1907, he produced complete oil paintings.
The portraits and nude paintings of the time were influenced by the Fauvism and Cézanne.

In order to escape military service during the outbreak of the First World War, Jules Pascin went to the United States in 1914.

Some of his works in 1915 and 1916 were cubist, but Paskin quickly gave up and returned to his own best style of painting.

In 1921, after the end of the First World War, he settled in Montmartre, Paris.He decided his painting style and reached the stage of maturity.
At this time, the style is light pearl, blue, brown and rose, and it feels like the morning fog.

The slutty life in Paris made Jules Pascin struggling with depression and alcoholism.
On June 5, 1930, he cut his wrist at home on the day before his personal exhibition and hanged himself to death.

Music used: Exhale
Artist: Jeremy Blake


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