(B. April 15th, 1905, Istanbul – D. December 12th, 1988, Istanbul).
After his graduation from
He founded the D Group with
his friends who studied abroad like himself such as Elif Naci, Nurullah Berk
and Zühtü Müritoğlu to share their art with the society. He made illustrations
for children books along with his painting works in 1934-1936 in
appointed as commissioner in the International Modern Art Exhibition of UNESCO
which was not founded officially in 1946. At that time he carried out the
opening processes of the exhibition called "Bugünün Türk Resmi, Dünün Türkiyesi" where the Far East arts
were exhibited in
İzer, who adopted the cubist movement initially, was abided by the reality and the observation of nature more after studying with Friesz. He leaned to an abstract understanding by getting away from the nature and realistic approaches towards the mid 1950s, he sometimes preferred the tachism works that knew no limits of shape with expressionist orientations. The artist turned to the relationship of music and painting towards the mid 1960s and created a specific rhythm on the surface with the dynamism and richness of color he achieved in Missa Solemnis (1965) he created by being inspired by the Beethoven’s art piece with the same name.
İzer’s art work Sultanahmet Camiinin Camları (1957) in abstract-expressionist
approach that became the first in
Boğaz'dan, Dolmabahçe'den, Natürmort, Missa Solemnis, Düğün Çiçekleri, Akdeniz Mitolojisi.