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Polish-Israeli painter and graphic artist. Born 1899, Lodz. Studied: 1922/23 Art Academy of Dresden. Lived in Berlin 1929-33, then emigrated to Palestine. Created murals for the Jewish seniors' home in Berlin. Busyn's works that used to be in the collection of the Jewish Museum in Berlin have been lost since WW II. Busyn was briefly inluenced by Otto Dix.

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Busyn, Max, 1899-1976: the reverse side of of record 468, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 80.204.

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Busyn, Max, 1899-1976

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