Aron Brzezinski arrived in Paris before World War I. He lived in London for a while, where he was an anarchist activist. During the Russian Revolution, he left for Moscow. He returned to Paris a few years later. He was a sculptor and a journalist and wrote about art, literature, and Jewish issues. The difficult materiel conditions, shortages, and worries undermined his health. Brzezinski died in poverty in Paris in 1940.
Nieszawer & Princ
"Artistes juifs de l’Ecole de Paris 1905-1939"
Editons Somogy 2015