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Abel George Warshawsky

Polish American, (1883–1962)
Abel George (Buck) Warshawsky was known for landscape, genre, portraiture and figure painting. Largely a painter known for his busy, impressionistic scenes of life on the streets of Paris, Warshawsky spent about thirty years in France. He mastered two styles: his own variant of French impressionism and a striking realism, which he applied to his many penetrating portraits.

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