Oil Paintings

Eisman-Semenowsky, Emile

Emile Eisman-Semenowsky was most likely born in Poland 1857 to a Jewish family or Jewish origins and died in France 1911Little is known about his childhood and education.  He was active/lived in Russian Federation, France and Poland.

In the 1880s and 1890s, he spent several years in Paris, where he created the majority of his oeuvre. Most of the artist's works from the 80s nineteenth century, when he lived in Paris . At the beginning of his stay in Paris he was the assistant of the Belgian painter Jan van Beers.
Semenowsky was influenced by oriental subjects, a widespread phenomenon in French 19th century art.  His favorite subjects were depictions of women in fashionable oriental and antique-style costumes and genre scenes.

His paintings were very popular among Parisian bourgeoisie, and many of his works were purchased by American collectors.

They are now in many public and private collections.

Amongst the Roses

Amongst the Roses

Eisman-Semenowsky, Emile

Oil on canvas

53 cm x 90 cm

$28,000

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