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Abraham Rattner

Abraham Rattner was born in 1895 in Poughkeepsie, New York, and died in 1978 in New York City. "Rattner was an "Expressionist" artist. Rattner joined the army in World War I and was sent to France as a camouflage artist. He returned to Europe after the war on scholarship and remained there until the outbreak of World War II in 1939, when he had to leave most of his work behind. He soon after took an extended road-trip through the U.S. with his novelist friend Henry Miller, whom he knew from Paris. (Miller later wrote an account of the trip, with illustrations by Rattner)." As a well known Jewish artist, his commissions are visible in prominent synagogues across America. Rattner's works are in the permanent collections of major museums and private collections around the world.