Jēkabs Kazaks (1895-1920)

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1. Portrait of Julijas Sproga. 1920. Oil painting.

1. Portrait of Julijas Sproga. 1920. Oil painting.

2. Peldetajas. 1917.

2. Peldetajas. 1917.

Jēkabs Kazaks was a Latvian painter born in the capital city of Riga. Kazaks began his artistic training in 1913 at the Riga Art School. Continued his studies in Penza from 1915 to 1917. Kazaks was inspired by the work of fellow Lithuanian painter, Jazeps Grosvalds.

3. Refugees. 1917. Oil on Canvas.

3. Refugees. 1917. Oil on Canvas.

Kazaks was known for working with a variety of media, including oil and watercolor painting as well as printmaking techniques. Kazaks created a number of portraits depicting refugees, self-portraits, and genre scenes.

4. Ladies at the Seaside. 1920. Oil on Canvas. Latvian National Museum of Art.

4. Ladies at the Seaside. 1920. Oil on Canvas. Latvian National Museum of Art.

Kazaks joined the Expressionist Group of Riga in 1919 and later became the first chairman of Riga Artists’ Group. The work of Kazaks plays an important role in Latvian art history. Many of his paintings and drawings are now in the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga.

5. Portrait of Karl Baltgaile. 1917. Oil on Canvas.

5. Portrait of Karl Baltgaile. 1917. Oil on Canvas.

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