By KEVIN LYNCH
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Pincas, Israel Museum, Jerusalem 30 31 biographers called him a Âcitizen of the worldÊ. Appropriately, Julius claimed nowhere in particular as his homeland, and in a sense, was from every country. It was to be the young nation of America, bearer of all hopes, that would eventually give him his official nationality. From a young age, his father frightened him, ruling the family and household staff with primitive terror. A precocious draughtsman, the child At the Café 1906 Ink, gouache, and wash on paper, 45 x 31 cm Josefowitz Collection 32 reproduced his father on paper with all of the traits of ThumbelinaÊs ogre.
It was Hermine David, who had come to show them her 18th-century-style miniatures that she painted on ivory. There was a bawdy legend about the young Hermine. Her mother, a woman of a more At the Beach, Dieppe 1910 Ink and pencil on paper, 12 x 51 cm Private collection 56 57 conservative generation, was a seamstress who sewed undergarments to protect her daughterÊs virginity, wielding her needle and thread like a chastity belt. The two overexcited young men hoped to determine the fate of the despotic motherÊs needlework.
In 1910 PascinÊs paintings were exhibited at Berthe WeillÊs gallery to little reception. 4 x 24 cm Private collection 62 63 However, his drawings were being hailed as some of the best of their time on the other side of the Rhine. They took after the work of Lautrec and anticipated that of Brassaï and his depictions of the dregs of society inspired by his memories, his surroundings, and his nocturnal outings in the sordid neighbourhoods of Paris were favourites of the Bavarian readers. These sources of inspiration were not without their dangers.