Art Brokerage: Eugene Zak Polish Artist: b.1884- 1926. In 1902, he left for Paris to undertake studies, first at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in the studio of the aged master of Academism Jean-Léon Gérôme, and then at Académie Colarossi in the studio of Albert Besnard. In 1903, he traveled to Italy and toward the end of the year to Munich, where he entered a private school run by the Slovenian Anton AŽbé. In 1904, he returned to Paris. His debut took place at the Autumn Salon in the same year, and two years later he was accepted as a jury member in the drawing section of this institution. During 1906-1908, he made trips to Brittany (Pont l'Abbé, among other places). On the Seine he was involved in the life of the Polish colony, participating in the Society of Polish Artists in Paris, among other organizations. He exhibited in Warsaw as a member of the Polish Art Club (1917-1919), the New Group (1918), and Association of Polish Artists "Rytm" in Kraków (1923) and Warsaw (1924). The artist's posthumous exhibitions occurred at the three Paris Salons and at Parisian galleries as well as in Warsaw and Düsseldorf (all in 1926), New York (1927), Buffalo (1928), London (1927) and several more times in Paris, including at the Galerie Zak (1936, 1938). He died in 1926 from a heart attack. Listings wanted.