Ghitta Caiserman Roth (née en 1923) : Peintre sociale de l’après-guerre

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Ghitta Caiserman Roth (née en 1923) : Peintre sociale de l’après-guerre
Abstract
The Montreal-born Ghitta Caiserman-Roth (1923-2005) began her art career studying under Alexander Bercovitchat, and at the age of thirteen received an honourable mention in the Annual Spring Exhibition of the Art Association of Montreal. Caiserman attended Parson's School of Design in New York City from 1939 to 1943, where she graduated with a post-graduate scholarship, and the American Artists’ School, and the Art Students League in 1943. In 1947, she and her then husband, Alfred Pinsky, opened the Montreal Artists School with artists Barbara Eckhart and Harold Goodwin, which ran until 1952. Caiserman-Roth's artistic interests reflected a gradual change from expressionism to cubism to surrealism, and, by the 1980s, an appreciation of the abstract.
Book Title
Ces femmes qui ont bâti Montréal: La petite et la grande histoire des femmes qui ont marqué la vie de Montréal depuis 350 ans
Place
Montréal
Publisher
Édition du Remue-Ménage
Date
1994
Pages
275-276
Language
fr
Citation
St-Jean, France. “Ghitta Caiserman Roth (née en 1923) : Peintre sociale de l’après-guerre.” In Ces femmes qui ont bâti Montréal: La petite et la grande histoire des femmes qui ont marqué la vie de Montréal depuis 350 ans, edited by Maryse Darsigny, 275–276. Montréal: Édition du Remue-Ménage, 1994.
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