Warsaw-born painter and decorative artist, his early brightly coloured Breton scenes and geometric still-lifes were influenced by the Post-Impressionists; close friend of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, who portrayed him in a powerful plaster head. Wolmark remained independent of the many avant-garde movements. He produced ballet designs for Diaghilev, decorative painted vases and illustrated Israel Zangwill's complete works.
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National Portrait Gallery, London
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