Regina Mundlak (1887-1942) - Old Jewish Man, Ink on Paper.
Regina Mundlak (1887-1942) was a Polish Jewish painter.
Mundlak received her training at Max Liebermann's in Berlin.
She was also taught by Hermann Struck.
In 1906 she exhibited in the gallery Cassirer.
Her work mainly consists of pen-drawings; Impressions and sketches from the Jewish life in Poland, scenes from the domestic life of the Jewish family.