Immanuel (Mane) Katz - "The Jewish Expressionist" was born in Ukraine in the family of a synagogue servant and studied in the yeshiva. In 1911, with two rubles in his pocket on foot from Kremenchuk, he left for Vilna, from there to Kyiv, where he graduated from the art school. After that, he went to Paris, where he studied with the same teacher (F. Carmont) as Van Gogh. Then he moved to Petrograd, and then to Berlin. In 1922 he received French citizenship. The most famous of his work from those years, 1937, the painting "The Western Wall" received a gold medal at the World Exhibition. During the 2nd World War, he volunteered to fight in the frontline. In 1958, he repatriated to Israel, to Haifa. He bequeathed his works, home, and collection of Jewish objects to the city of Haifa. In 1977, the art and biography museum opened.
To which art school did Mans Katz belong?
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