Blatas, Arbit(Lithuanian, 1908-1999)
Arbit Blatas and his works have been part of the art scene for most of the 20th Century. At the age of 15 he was showing in his native Lithuania. Arriving in Paris at age 18, he soon became the youngest artist of the famous School of Paris group. His art - in painting, sculpture and lithography - remained true to his completely individual Expressionist style throughout his entire career, countless examples of which are found in the world's most prestigious museums, private art collections and public places. Among his most important works are the Holocaust Monuments in Venice, Paris and New York and the unique collection of 49 portraits and bronzes of his School of Paris colleagues is now permanently installed in the Museum of the Thirties in Paris. He was named Officer of the Legion of Honor and has received numerous honors all over the world.

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