VYTAUTAS KASIULIS (1918-1995)

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VYTAUTAS KASIULIS (1918-1995)
VYTAUTAS KASIULIS (1918-1995) Double bass player Oil on canvas depicting a seated musician playing the double bass. Label on stretcher: "Galerie Barreiro Stiébel". Double bass player; Oil on canvas, signed lower right H 66 x L 50 cm - H 26 x W 16 3/4 in. Vytautas Kasiulis (Simnas, Apskritis d'Alytus, April 23, 1918 - Paris, March 12, 1995) was a Lithuanian figurative painter of the École de Paris. He is one of the most famous Lithuanian artists who went into exile in Paris after the USSR annexed their country. Living in Kaunas, Vytautas Kasiulis took part in several group exhibitions from 1942 onwards, and held his first solo show at the Vytautas Magnus Museum of Culture in 1943. The following year, he moved to Germany, where he taught at the Freiburg School of Fine Arts, and held several solo exhibitions in Kiel, Bad Siegelberg, Hamburg and Freiburg.
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