David Brainin was Born in Kharkov, Ukraine. In 1924, he arrived in Paris and enrolled in painting, choreography and dance classes. He studied painting at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and specialized in movie-setdesign. He was arrested on April 1942, 29 and interned in Drancy, and later in Compiegne. On September, 18 1942 Brainin was deported on Transport No.34 to Auschwitz where he was murdered.
Collection of the Yad Vashem Art Museum, Jerusalem.
Gift of Boris Samuel Princ, in memory of Szajudla Nieszawer, Paris
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