|Paris, Canal Saint-Martin, 1930, Robert Falk|
|Falk was fluent in all the major painting styles of his day.|
|The Cubist similarities between Falk and Cezanne are |
striking, and by no means accidental.
|While safely ensconced in Paris, Falk seems to have picked|
up an appreciation for Impressionism and Claude Monet.
|Still Life with Bottles and Pitcher, 1912, Robert Falk|
Artwork by Bernard SafranSeptember, 1959: Khrushchev's "thaw" ushered into
the Soviet Union a new wave of consumerism and freedom
of expression not seen since the days of the Russian Czars.
|Alley, 1933, Robert Falk|
|The Night on the Market, Robert Falk--artists fearfully emerging from a long famine to taste a few sips of freedom.|
|Lisa In The Sunlight (the artist's|
wife), 1907, Robert Falk
|A Young Girl with Braids, |