Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite

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Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite
Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite

Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite
1914, Poland – 2002, Israel. “Today You Are Leaving” (Exodus 13:4). Artist Name: Leo Roth. Title: “Today You Are Leaving” (Exodus 13:4). COA will be issued by Yair Art Gallery, Tel Aviv , Titled in Hebrew at the top. Size: 22 x 14 cm / 8.66″ x 5.51″ inch. Good condition (there are no tears, rips or wrinkles). Paper slightly yellowed by time consistent with natural aging of the artwork. 1920 Moved to Germany. Immigrated to Eretz Israel 1933. First settled in Tel Aviv, later moved to Kibbutz Afikim. 1951 fresco in Italy and France. Director of Art Academy of the Kibbutzim. 1959 Jordan Valley Prize for Painting. Ein Harod Art Museum, Israel. (19142002), also known as Lior Roth , was an. Painter, born in 1914 in. In 1920, Roth moved to Germany and, in 1933, immigrated to Palestine. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and completed frescoes in Italy and France in the 1950s. Roth first settled in Tel Aviv, then moved to Kvutzat Kinneret, then finally to Kibbutz Afikim where he remained until his death. He served as Director of the Art Academy of the Kibbutzim. In 1959, he was awarded the Jordan Valley Prize for Painting. Roth exhibited in the United States, Israel, Mexico, Spain, Holland, Sweden, and Denmark. He died in 2002. Roth’s work was influenced by Cubism and bears much in common with the work of compatriot painter Naftali Bezem. His colourful canvases contain biblical imagery and references to early Israeli pioneer culture. Leo Roth exhibited in Israel, U. Mexico, Spain and Holland. Home, Montefiore Art Gallery, Tel Aviv. Kibbutz Machanayim Art Gallery 2000 Retrospective , Museum of Art, Kibbutz Ein Harod 1997 Oil paintings , Kibbutz Machanayim Art Gallery 1993 Solo Exhibition , Beit Yad Lebanim, Tiberias 1983 Oil paintings ,”Bet-Emanuel”, Ramat Gan. Wilfrid Israel Museum, Oriental Art and Studies, Kibbutz Hazorea. Tiroche Gallery, Old Jaffa. Hatzrif Art Gallery, Be’er Sheva. Tel Aviv Art Museum. Katz Gallery, Tel Aviv. Revelations, Jerusalem Print Workshop. Yair Art Gallery, Tel Aviv. The First Decade: Hegemony and Plurality. Ein Harod Art Museum. Hamishkan Le’omanut, Beth Meirov, Holon. Where Have We Come from and Where Do We Go? Yad Labanim Museum, Petach-Tikva. Yitzhak Sadeh and the Palmach – Painting and Sculpture. Petach Tikvah Museum of Art. Gallery of Art, Haifa University. General Exhibition, Art in Isarel , Tel Aviv Art Museum. Ten Years of Israeli Painting. 1952 Painting and Sculpture in Israel. An Exhibition arranged to the Museum’s 20th Anniversary, Tel Aviv Art Museum. Collective Annual Exhibition by Palestinian Artists. Habima Theater Art Gallery, Tel Aviv. Works of Leo Roth are included in the following museums. Rockfeller art center, New York. Students Center, Brooklyn College, New York. Greater VICTORIA, British Columbia, Canada. “Jesode Hatora – Beth Jacob”, Anvers, Belgium. Center Culturel d’Ekeren, Belgium. Museo Nacional de Arte, La Paz, Bolivia. “Yad la’Banim”, Petah Tikva, Israel. Tel Aviv Art Museum, Israel. Beit Uri-Rami, Ashdot Ya’akov, Israel. And in very many private collections throughout the world. A creative artist is endowed with memories and experiences stemming from his forefathers and generations past. This heritage obliges him to be their voice. Yet his creation and whatever he does – all this is guided by superior forces which are beyond his control. And all he is able to do, then – his duty throughout his life and work – is to learn to improve his craft and performance. From this follows that neither technical perfection nor execution in the spirit and style of the age, do of necessity, enhance the artist’s work with heightened spiritually. So if there are many whose destiny it is to devote their entire lives to sacred task, and even attain impressive achievements thanks to the society of which they are part – only few, indeed, are the chosen ones and the priests.. And it is the generations to come that will judge. ISRAELI BUYERS MUST ADD 17% V. TO THE FINAL PRICE. We guarantee all items we sell are 100% authentic! The free listing tool. View more great items. The item “Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite” is in sale since Sunday, July 27, 2014. This item is in the category “Art\Art Drawings”. The seller is “artshik” and is located in Tel Aviv. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Medium: Pencil, Graphite
  • Subject: Bible
  • Style: Symbolism
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Region of Origin: Israel
  • Artist: Leo Roth
  • Framed/Unframed: Unframed

Leo Roth Today You Are Living/ Israeli Jewish Judaica Exodus Symbolism Graphite