Yehuda Pen, also known as Yuri Pen (Yiddish: יודל פּען‎ – Yudl Pen; 5 June 1854 in Zarasai, Lithuania – 1 March 1937 in Vitebsk, Belarus) was a Litvak painter and art teacher. He was a major figure of the Jewish Renaissance in Russian and Belarusian art at the beginning of 20th century. Pen's most famous student in Vitebsk was the would-be great Jewish painter Marc Chagall.

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  • Yehuda Pen, also known as Yuri Pen (Yiddish: יודל פּען‎ – Yudl Pen; 5 June 1854 in Zarasai, Lithuania – 1 March 1937 in Vitebsk, Belarus) was a Litvak painter and art teacher. He was a major figure of the Jewish Renaissance in Russian and Belarusian art at the beginning of 20th century. Pen's most famous student in Vitebsk was the would-be great Jewish painter Marc Chagall. (en)
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  • Yehuda Pen, also known as Yuri Pen (Yiddish: יודל פּען‎ – Yudl Pen; 5 June 1854 in Zarasai, Lithuania – 1 March 1937 in Vitebsk, Belarus) was a Litvak painter and art teacher. He was a major figure of the Jewish Renaissance in Russian and Belarusian art at the beginning of 20th century. Pen's most famous student in Vitebsk was the would-be great Jewish painter Marc Chagall. (en)
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