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violinist , composer , art expert.

Maurice Henry Goldblatt, Estonian violinist, composer, art expert. Member College Art Association of America, American Association Museum, Notre Dame Chicago Alumni, Sinfonia, Phi Mu Alpha; member Phi Mu Gamma; Mason.

Background

Goldblatt, Maurice Henry was born on May 30, 1883 in Tallinn, Estonia. Son of Joseph Eli and Rose Olga (Brin) Goldblatt.

Education

Graduate Chicago Mus. Student painting, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Paris and Rome.

Career

Director Sinai Symphony Orchestra, 1918-1930. Director Art Gallery of Notre Dame U. Art expert for Beaumont Art Galleries, Chicago, and Metropolitan Galleries of New York. Officer Legion of Honor, 1940.

Composer numerous pieces for violin and piano. Head of Leda by Leonardo da Vinci Identified.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer numerous pieces for violin and piano. Author: The Madonna with the Yarn Winder, by Leonardo da Vinci. The Master of Moulins Identified.

      Jean Perreal, Forty Portraits Identified. Fifty-three paintings by Andrea Salai Identified. Head of Leda by Leonardo da Vinci Identified.

      Also numerous articles on research work in art. Contributor to the Connoisseur Magazine.

Membership

Member College Art Association of America, American Association Museum, Notre Dame Chicago Alumni, Sinfonia, Phi Mu Alpha. Member Phi Mu Gamma; Mason. Clubs: Bohemian, Business Men’s Art.

Connections

father:
Joseph Eli Goldblatt

mother:
Rose Olga (Brin) Goldblatt