Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Nicolas de Staël (French: [ni.kɔ.la də stal]; January 5, 1914 – March 16, 1955) was a French painter of Russian origin known for his use of a thick impasto and his highly abstract landscape painting. He also worked with collage, illustration and textiles.
Wikidata
Q470551
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Introduction
Comment on works: painter
Nationalities
French, Russian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Graphic Artist, Painter
Names
Nicolas de Staël, Nicholas de Staël, Nicolas de Stael, Nikolaj Vladimirovič Stal' fon Gol'štejn, Baron Nikolaus Stahl von Holstein, Nicolas De Staël, Nikolaj Vladimirovič de Stal', Nikola de Stal', Nicolas De Stael, Nikola de Stalʹ, Nikola De Stalʹ, nicolas de stael
Ulan
500026376
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