LOT of 7 Amzing Collection of Brooch Judaica Bezalel Israel Jewish most famous Artists & Sculptures. It can be usedsed as a. MARKED BY THE ARTISTS. Daniel (Dani) Karavan – 12 tribes on 10 comandments singed and dated 1976. Zahara Schatz- with a turquoise stone, not dated. Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert c 1950-60 Sheheheyanu , Bezalel. Jacques Lipchitz – c 1960 “One Nation” , with 3 red stones. Yigal Tumrkin- 14 k gold plated -“Prisioner of Conscience” c 1970. Dan Reisinger- Menorah and Olive Tree, with a red stone, dated 1978. Jean David- Abstract dated 1977 with a turquoise stone. Zahara Schatz (later Sandow) was born in Jerusalem in 1916. After studying at the École Nationale Supérieure des arts Décoratifs / National School of Decorative Arts in. Schatz rose to prominence in. She exhibited and won prestigious prizes in the. Where she won a special award, and The. Museum of Modern Art. Where she was recognized for a 1951 lamp design. The lamp by Heifetz Manufacturing Company. Features a metal conical shade that projects light upward onto a metal disk for deflected illumination. It is one of a number of examples of her work that followed her father’s dualism: the pursuit of both fine art and crafts (or design). The base of another more craft-oriented lamp is a sculptural form of a winding snake-like brass tube and bent PMMA with imbedded metal minutiae. She also participated in the. Of 1959 and designed the gate, built at the Bezalel Academy, of the President’s House, Jerusalem. Schatz lived in Israel. Where she was part of the. Artists’/writers’ colony that included. And her brother Bezalel Schatz. She also lived in. Where she was close with. Her husband Erwin Ritz and their daughter, Publisher and Managing Editor of. Zahara and Bezalel rejected their father’s predilection for Romantic Classicism and his dogged development of a Jewish Eretz Israel style in favor of a European-American modernist. She worked as an adviser on industrial design at the Israeli Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Schatz died in Jerusalem in 1999. Peter Martin Gregor Heinrich Hellberg (later Yigal Tumarkin) was born in. His father, Martin Hellberg, was a German theater actor and director. His mother, Berta Gurevitch and his stepfather, Herzl Tumarkin. When he was two. Tumarkin served in the. After completing his military service, he studied sculpture in. A village Berliner Ensemble, Berlin, 1955-57 Assistant to the designer Karl von Appen of artists near. Es padre de Yon Tumarkin. Tumarkin is famous for the memorial sculpture of the. In the central square of. , and for some sculptures situated in the. Tumarkin is also a theoretician and stage designer. The 1950s found Tumarkin in East Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris. Upon his return to Israel in 1961, he became a driving force behind the break from the charismatic monopoly of lyric abstraction there. Tumarkin created assemblages of found objects, generally with violent Expressionist undertones and decidedly unlyrical color. His determination to “be different” influenced his younger Israeli colleagues. The furor generated around Tumarkin’s works, such as the old pair of trousers stuck to one of his pictures, intensified the mystique surrounding him. 1954 Studied with Rudi Keheman, Ein-Hod, 1955 Studied with Bertolt Brecht. Jean David was a painter and graphic designer with international reputation, who exhibited extensively in Israel, Europe, and the USA. The last comprehensive exhibition of his work was held at the Tel Aviv museum in 1974. The exhibition at The Open Museum in Tefen and Omer and at the Rubin Museum in Tel Aviv is a first opportunity after many years to make renewed acquaintance with his oeuvre, to look into the sources of inspiration and influence of his imagery, and to trace the evolution of his style as a painter and as a designer. One cannot do justice to Jean David’s work without viewing the total oeuvre and seeing the unity within the diversity. In each of the fields that he was creative in- painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, applied graphic design, and murals- he worked with sincerity and with a almost sensual love of technique, and in each of them he left his imprint As a designer, David to large extent set the tone for the representative image of Israel abroad, by means of tourist posters and of his works in the ZIM passenger lines and for El Al. Hence a renewed acquaintance with his oeuvre also enables a reexamination of the image of Israel that was shaped in this country during the fifties and sixties in an attempt to replace the heroic pathos of the State of Israel’s first years. As curators of the exhibition we were privileged to enter the artist’s studio in Hayarkon Street in Tel Aviv – a studio which has remind unchanged, although unused since the artist’s death in 1993. David’s collections attest to culture with broad horizons, and to a youthful adventurous spirit, as well as to his humor and his love of life. His wife Suzy , whose identification with his life-project stirred us, filled in much of the picture for us. Despite of the wealth and diversity of Jean David’s oeuvre throughout all its period, no book documenting it has been published to this day. The works particularly unknown to the public are his late pastel paintings from the 1980s, in which he arrived at a refined compactness, in the sense of a little that contains much. Hoping that the newsletter will expose the breadth of Jean David’s oeuvre and illuminate his uniqueness as an artist. May 16, 1973 was a. Jacques Lipchitz was born Chaim Jacob Lipchitz , in a. Family, son of a. At first, under the influence of his father, he studied engineering, but soon after, supported by his mother he moved to Paris (1909) to study at the. Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz. It was there, in the artistic communities of. That he joined a group of artists that included. As well as where his friend. Living in this environment, Lipchitz soon began to create. In 1912 he exhibited at the. Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Held at Léonce Rosenberg’s Galerie LEffort. Moderne in Paris in 1920. In 1922 he was commissioned by the. To execute five bas-reliefs. With artistic innovation at its height, in the 1920s he experimented with abstract forms he called transparent sculptures. Later he developed a more dynamic style, which he applied with telling effect to. Compositions of figures and animals. Occupation of France during. And the deportation of Jews to the. Jacques Lipchitz had to flee France. With the assistance of the American journalist. He escaped the Nazi regime and went to the. There, he eventually settled in. He was one of 250 sculptors who exhibited in the. Third Sculpture International Exhibition. Philadelphia Museum of Art. In the summer of 1949. He has been identified among seventy of those sculptors in a photograph Life magazine published that was taken at the exhibition. In 1954 a Lipchitz retrospective traveled from. The Museum of Modern Art. In New York to the. The Cleveland Museum of Art. In 1959, his series of small bronzes To the Limit of the Possible was shown at. Fine Arts Associates in New York. Birth of the Muses. In the permanent collection of the. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Spirit of Enterprise. For several months of each year and worked in. He developed a close friendship with fellow sculptor. In 1972 his autobiography was published on the occasion of an exhibition of his sculpture at. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Jacques Lipchitz died in. His body was flown to. (7 October 1900 – 6 November 1981) was an. Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert was born in a small village near. Germany to a poor religious orthodox family. During his childhood he suffered as a result of his family’s Lithuanian origin and was often teased because of his. Following the presentation of the works in the 1930 exhibition. ” (“Ritual and form) at the. His works became well-known in the German Jewish world. His works were greatly influenced by Modernism design, especially the. Rise to power in Germany, he immigrated to the. There, he worked in the B. Friedland Workshop where he design and manufactured silver tableware and. He made the sculpture “The Flying Camel”, the symbol of the. In 1935 he began teaching at. Where he headed the Department of Metal together with jeweler. Wolpert placed an emphasis on the use of. And employed modern lines within works. In addition to his teaching continued to create modern. Works at the schools workshop. In 1942 he established an independent workshop in Jerusalem. In 1956 he emigrated to the United States, where he headed the. For Modern Jewish Art at the. Daniel (Dani) Karavan was born in. His father Abraham was the chief landscape architect of Tel Aviv from the 1940s to the 1960s. At the age of 14, Karavan began studying painting. In 1943, he studied with. In Tel Aviv and from 1943 to 1949 at the Bezalel School of Art in. From 1956 to 1957, he studied fresco technique at the. Accademia delle Belle Arti in Florence. And drawing at the. Académie de la Grande Chaumière. Karavan made permanent installations in the form of wall reliefs in Israeli courts and research institutions. Examples of his artwork for courts are the 1966 Jerusalem City of Peace wall relief in the. Assembly hall and the environmental sculptures comprising 35 wall reliefs & iron sculpture made between 1962 and 1967 at the Court of Justice in Tel Aviv. Weizmann Institute of Science. He made the From the Tree of Knowledge to the Tree of Life wall relief in 1964 and the Memorial to the Holocaust in 1972. For performance groups he designed stage sets throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Martha Graham Dance Company. And the Israel Chamber Orchestra amongst others. After representing Israel with his Jerusalem City of Peace sculpture at the 1976. He obtained more international commissions – including sculptures in France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Spain, and Switzerland. One such project was a memorial entitled Passages for. Constructed between 1990 and 1994 in. At the Spanish-French border in Spain where the German-Jewish author died in September 1940. Karavan’s advocacy of Tel Aviv’s modern. Buildings encouraged their restoration and the inscription of. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with an exhibition about the city’s architecture at the. Tel Aviv Museum of Art. In the mid-1980s, Dani Karavan convinced mayor. To form a jury of international architecture and art critics to review these buildings. The value they placed on the city’s town planning and design led to conservation in the 90s and acceptance by UNESCO in 2003. (born 1934) is an. Designer of graphics, exhibitions, and stage sets. Reisinger was born in. Into a family of painters and decorators active in. Most family members died in. As a teenager, he became active in the Partisan Pioneer Brigade and, with his mother and stepfather, immigrated to Israel in 1949. In 1950 at age 16, he was accepted as a studentits youngest up to the timeat the. Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. During mandatory service in the Israeli Air Force from 1954, he was the art director of its books and other publications. Who became his mentor and friend. Subsequently, he traveled, studied, and worked in Europe: from 1957 in. Where, 196466, studied stage and three-dimensional design at the. Central School of Art and Design. Designed posters for Britain’s. And worked for other clients while making intermittent visits to Israel. His work has been included in numerous international group and one-person exhibitions. A large number of social-, political-, and cultural-theme posters and other graphic design, such as calendars, packaging, and more than 150 logos are superior to much of his fine art. He designed a new logo for. Airlines (1972), and the 50-meter-long aluminum-cast relief (1978) of a biblical quotation in Hebrew on the exterior of the. Israel’s official museum/memorial to. He has also designed logos for the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts, Tefen Museum of Arts, and. And the symbol and posters of the 9th-15th. His widely published self-produced Again? Poster (1993) features a Nazi swastika (which Reisinger incorrectly made to face left) breaks apart a red. In reference to the possible dreaded repeat of the Holocaust. The influences on his workitself more widely focused than solely on social and political issueshave come from colorists, Minimalists, Constructivists, and humorists. He claims one of his more significant contributions has been to stretch the visual and communicative possibilities of Hebrew letters through his symbols and logos. Reisinger is one of Israel’s most-accomplished graphic designers; the others include. Gabriel and Maxim Shamir. Reisinger designed the three. Medal of Distinguished Service. The item “LOT Amazing 7 Brooch Judaica Bezalel Israel Jewish famous Artists & Sculptures” is in sale since Sunday, October 4, 2015. This item is in the category “Art\Art Sculptures”. The seller is “dbsilantiques” and is located in Jerusalem, Jerusalem. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
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- Date of Creation: 1950-1969