Itzchak TarkayFollow
About the Artist

Born in Europe in 1933, Itzchak Tarkay was heavily Influenced by Matisse and Toulouse Lautrec. He is famous for his cafe scenes featuring women engaged in familiar conversation. Using loose lines & bold swaths of color he was a master at capturing subtle gestures and expression with minimal detail. He passed away in 2012.

Find Art Showing all 32 results
Style
Medium
Size
Orientation
Subject
Theme
Color
Height (unframed)
Width (unframed)
Additional Options
Filter Showing all 32 results
Style
Medium
Size
Orientation

Showing all 32 results

About this artist

Itzchak Tarkay limited edition serigraphs and oil paintings for sale:

Artist Itzchak Tarkay was born is 1935 in Austria. His Family spent a year in a concentration camp during WWII, and emigrated to Israel shortly after the war. In Israel, he studied art and attended the Avni Art Academy. Tarkay became world renowned for his colorful cafe scenes and confident, bold depictions of women. His expressionistic paintings and prints are reminiscent of Matisse and Toulouse-Lautrec. Itzchak Tarkay died on June 3, 2012 of heart failure at the age of 77. We've had numerous shows with Tarkay and have an excellent selection of serigraphs and oil paintings for sale. Please call or e-mail if interested. Other artists you may like: Hessam Abrishami Antonio Sereix David Schneuer