Introduction
Henryk Berlewi (20 October 1894 in Warsaw – 2 August 1967 in Paris) was a French painter, graphic designer and art theorist, who is primarily remembered as an abstract artist who paved the way for optical art, but he was also an important figure in Yiddish book design and typography in the early 1920s. He drew portraits of many Jewish writers and artists, among them Uri Zvi Greenberg.
Wikidata
Q709033
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Nationalities
Polish, Central European, Eastern European, French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Designer, Writer, Painter
Names
Henryk Berlewi, Henri Berlewi, Henrik Berlewi
Ulan
500032191
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