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Being a Jewish artist in 1920’s Montparnasse

Their names were Chagall, Modigliani, Zadkine, Man Ray, Chana Orloff, Sonia Delaunay, Soutine, Kiesling, Pascin and Marcoussis. They were Jews from Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Bulgaria, Poland and the United States and they all made the revolution in modern art in the 1920’s Paris. Discover these talented Jewish painters, sculptors and photographers in Montparnasse, the legendary district nicknamed the Navel of the World by Henry Miller.


"Un agréable après-midi d'été instructif et amusant.

Je le conseillerai à mes amis

— Luiza, de Melbourne

Tour duration: 2h 
Including a 30-minute coffee break in an authentic Roaring Twenties Café of Montparnasse ( beverages are not

Itinerary: A walking tour in Montparnasse district
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Also available in French and Spanish
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