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Jacob Kramer

(1892-1962), Artist

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 7 portraits
Ukrainian-born artist; grew up in a poor immigrant family who settled in Leeds; befriended by Epstein, for whom he posed; brother-in-law of William Roberts, he was associated with the Vorticists, though applying a Jewish idiom in his work.

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Harold Edward Monro, by Jacob Kramer - NPG 4705

Harold Edward Monro

by Jacob Kramer
ink and chalk, 1923
NPG 4705

Jacob Kramer, by Jacob Kramer - NPG 4871

Jacob Kramer

by Jacob Kramer
lithograph, 1930
NPG 4871

J.B. Priestley, by Jacob Kramer - NPG 6461

J.B. Priestley

by Jacob Kramer
charcoal, 1930
NPG 6461

Alicia Markova, by Jacob Kramer - NPG 6549

Alicia Markova

by Jacob Kramer
pastel, 1936
NPG 6549

Frederick Delius, by Jacob Kramer - NPG D32489

Frederick Delius

by Jacob Kramer
lithograph, circa 1932
NPG D32489

Mahatma Gandhi, after Jacob Kramer - NPG D7574

Mahatma Gandhi

after Jacob Kramer
chromolithograph, 1932
NPG D7574

Harold Laski, by Jacob Kramer - NPG D37178

Harold Laski

by Jacob Kramer
silkscreen print, 1944
NPG D37178

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