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December 02, 1988 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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David Schneuer's original
prints on paper have, of late,
been appearing in the collec-
tions of many Detroiters. His
serigraphs also have been
featured in shows at the
Jewish Community Center
and at Gallery 22 in Bloom-
field Hills.
But, the art world lost the
talent of Schneuer when he
died in Israel on Nov. 7. He
was 83.
Mr. Schneuer was born and
educated in Germany. He
studied at the Munich
Kunstgewerbeschule, then
did magazine illustrations
and worked as a stage
designer for the Munchener
Schauspielhaus.
The linoleum cut posters
which he created at the
beginning of the 1920s were
an innovation in their use of
this medium and received
much acclaim. His short stay
in Paris influenced him great-
ly and left a lasting impres-
sion on his painting.
Schneuer was imprisoned
at Dachau. After liberation,
he emigrated to pre-state
Israel, where he widely
influenced the graphic design
of the newly developing state.
He produced large murals for
public places and ships.
In 1985, the Israel Museum
held a one-man show of his
work and since that time it
has- been widely shown in
Europe, Japan and the
United States. Schneuer's
work explores the fun and
mischief of the bistros, cafes
and "fancy" houses of the late
19th/early 20th-Century
Paris.
While Schneuer's work was
virtually unknown in the U.S.
most of his life, during the
past three years it gained an
audience in the Birmingham-
Bloomfield-West Bloomfield-
Southfield area.

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