Arthur Segal (Jassy (Romania) 1892-London 1944) went to live in Berlin at the beginning of the 20th century, becoming a member of the circle around the Der Sturm gallery, which exhibited avant-garde artists like Feininger and Kandinsky. He moved to Ascona in 1914 and became involved with artists like Marcel Janco and Hugo Ball at the famous Cabaret Voltaire of the Swiss Dadaists. He was back in Berlin in 1920, where he exhibited with the Novembergruppe and became a friend of Cesar Domela. He died of a heart attack in 1944 during an air raid on London.
Iasi 1875 - Londen 1944