Ben Uri collection

Work by Maurice Mancini Roith

Maurice Mancini Roith was born in Brest-Litovsk, Poland but raised in London. He worked as a scene painter at Covent Garden Opera House while studying part-time at the Westminster School of Art under Walter Sickert and Bernard Meninsky, afterwards dividing his time between business and painting. A nude by Maurice Mancini Roith was exhibited at Ben Uri's 1946 exhibition "Paintings and Sculpture by Contemporary Jewish Artists". Mancini Roith died in London in 1958 and an exhibition of his work, organised by Ben Uri, was held aboard the "Tattershall Castle" on the Thames in 1979.

14 work/s by this artist from the collection are shown below. For a more detailed record and image please click on the link.

Landscape (I)

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332i

Landscape (II)

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332ii

Sheep

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332iii

Hot Lips

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332iv

Torso of Young Man

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332ix

Man in the Mirror, Self-Portrait

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332v

Jug and Puppet

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332vi

Portrait of a Woman

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332vii

Lady

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-332viii

Landscape with Rooftops

Object type painting

Accession number 1987-333

Snow on the Downs

Object type painting

Accession number 1988-5i

Landscape with Trees

Object type painting

Accession number 1988-5ii

Snowscape

Object type painting

Accession number 1988-5iii

Piglets

Object type painting

Accession number 1988-5iv