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Pascin

Alfred Flechtheim as a bullfighter
(1927, oil on canvas, currently @ Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris.)

Americaine Endormie
(Ink on paper, height: 18.13 mm (0.71 in), width: 21.63 mm (0.85 in), currently @ Phillips Collection, Washington, DC.)

And then you sit down at the table
(circa 1930, watercolor and pen and ink on buff paper, 36,2 x 25,7 cm.)

Café scene
(Graphite pencil and watercolor, 19.9 x 15 cm, currently @ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.)

Dorothy Burgers
(Ink on paper, height: 15.25 mm (0.6 in), width: 11 mm (0.43 in), currently @ Phillips Collection, Washington, DC.)

Drawing of a man

Drawing of a woman

Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann
(1906, pen and ink drawing.)

From Barmizwe-Bocher for philistines
(circa 1930, watercolor and pen and ink on buff paper, 35,9 x 25,5 cm.)

Hermine au Collier
(1912, watercolor on paper, h: 7,1 x w: 11,4 in / h: 18 x w: 29 cm.)

Hermine a lit (Hermine David in bed)
(Watercolor on paper.)

In the Café du Dome
(By an unknown photographer, circa 1910, from right, Jules Pascin, Rudolf Levy, Walter Bondy and Wilhelm Uhde.)

Italian model
(1923, oil and black chalk on cardboard, 77.2 × 53.1 cm (30.4 × 20.9 in), currently in a private collection.)

Jules Pascin
(Painting by Albert Weisgerber, 1906.)

Jules Pascin
(March 31, 1885 – June 5, 1930), Bulgarian painter known as Pascin, Jules Pascin, or "The Prince of Montparnasse"

Jules Pascin and Hans Purrmann at the Moulin de la Galette
(By Rudolf Großmann, 1909, etching.)

Jules Pascin in his studio
(By an unknown photographer, circa 1930.)

Jules Pascin on artnet

Jules Pascin Works Online

La petite Jeannette
(1923, currently @ Musée d'Art et d'Industrie de Roubaix

La Rêveuse
(Currently @ Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, France.)

La Sangeusa
(1924, oil on board, h: 8,5 x w: 8,8 in / h: 21,6 x w: 22,4 cm.)

Le Déjeuner
(1923, oil on canvas, 81 × 65 cm (31.9 × 25.6 in), currently @ Musée des beaux-arts de Liège, Belgique.)

Lucy Krohg
(circa 1925, oil and pencil on canvas, 36.38 in. x 29 in., currently in a private collection.)

Maison Close
(1912, watercolor, pen and ink and color on deck thinner brown wove paper, 13.2 × 30.2 cm (5.2 × 11.9 in), currently in a private collection.)

Male nude
(circa 1930, pen and ink and pencil on laid paper (watermark: Document paper), 32,9 x 20,9 cm.)

Manolita
(1929, currently @ Centre Pompidou, Paris.)

Maria Lani
(Charcoal on paper, height: 26.25 mm (1.03 in), width: 20.75 mm (0.82 in), currently @ Phillips Collection, Washington, DC.)

"Marushka dresses up, the maid dresses up, the child dresses up for the pimp!" (Romanian folk song) (circa 1905, cartoon published in Simplicissimus

Mimi Laurent
(circa 1927-1928, oil and pencil on canvas, 80.8 × 64.9 cm (31.8 × 25.6 in), currently @ Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.)

Mother and child
(Oil on canvas, 73 × 50 cm (28.7 × 19.7 in), currently @ Art Gallery of New South Wales, The Domain, Sydney.)

Porrmann dancing...
(circa 1930, watercolor and pen and ink on buff paper, 35,8 x 26 cm.)

Thinking
(Ink and watercolor on paper, 26 x 36 cm.)

Two girls from Paris
(Pen and ink.)

Two seated women
(1927, gouache and pen and ink on black paper, 23 x 23 cm.)

Walter Bondy painting a portrait of Rudolf Levy
(1906)

Woman with a chair

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