Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica

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Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica
Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica
Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica

Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica
Farmers in the field. From one of the fathers of the Israeli art! Provenance – Bruno Galery, Tel aviv , Israel. Ze’ev Raban, 1930. Zeev Raban (22 September 189019 January 1970), born Wolf Rawicki (Ravitzki) , was a leading painter, decorative artist. Of the Bezalel school. Style, and was one of the founders of the Israeli. Rabam with Bezalel torah ark. Early life and education. Wolf Rawicki (later Ze’ev Raban) was born in ód. And began his studies there. He continued his studies in sculpture. At a number of European art academies. These included, in 1905, the School of Applied Art in Munich. At the height of the Jugendstil. Movement; in 1907, the neo-classical. Studio of Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercié. At the École des Beaux-Arts. The Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts. Then a center of Art Nouveau. And in 1912 he left Europe, joining the Bezalel School of Art. Ottoman and British Mandate Palestine. Poster for the Society for the Promotion of Travel in the Holy Land. Under the influence of Boris Schatz. The founder of the Bezalel School of Art. Raban moved to the Ottoman Palestine. In 1912 during the wave of Zionist. Immigration known as the Second Aliyah. Here he continued his studies at the Bezalel school. Two years after following Schatz’s call, Raban joined the faculty of the Bezalel school. Here he headed the. Department, taught anatomy and composition, painting and sculpture. Raban also became director of the Graphics Press and the Industrial Art Studio. In 1914 his designs constituted the majority of the works created in the Bezalel workshop. Raban taught at Bezalel until the school had to close down in 1929. Due to financial difficulties. Tower of David exhibition. In 1921, he participated in the historic art exhibition at the Tower of David. The first exhibit of Hebrew. Which became the first of an annual series of such exhibits. Artistic style and range. Raban is regarded as a leading member of the Bezalel school art style, in which artists portrayed both Biblical and Zionist themes in a style influenced by the European Jugendstil. Similar to Art Nouveau. And by traditional Persian. Like other European art nouveau artists of the period, such as Alphonse Mucha. Raban combined commercial commissions with uncommissioned paintings. Raban easily navigated a wealth of artistic sources and mediums, borrowing and combining ideas from East and West, fine arts and crafts from past and present. His works blended European neoclassicism. Art and Art Nouveau with oriental forms and techniques to form a distinctive visual lexicon. Versatile and productive, he lent this unique style to most artistic mediums, including the fine arts, illustration, sculpture, repousee, jewellery design, and ceramics. Book illustration and graphic design. Good examples of Raban’s specific eclectic mix of European and Oriental styles are his illustrated editions of the Book of Ruth. And the Passover Hagadah. Known are also his playing cards. Where in the suit of leaves, the King is Ahasuerus. The Queen is Esther. And the Jack is Haman. He also designed a wide range of day-to-day objects, including commercial packaging. For products such as Hanukkah. Candles and Jaffa oranges. Tourism posters, and insignia for Zionist institutions. “Bezalel ceramics” (tile murals). Raban collaborated with other artists to produce versions of his work as ceramic tile murals, of the so-called “Bezalel ceramics” type, a number of which can still be sees on buildings in Tel Aviv. Including the Bialik House. The 1925 Lederberg house, at the intersection of Rothschild Boulevard. Features a series of large ceramic murals designed by Raban. The four murals show a Jewish pioneer sowing and harvesting, a shepherd, and Jerusalem with a verse from. Again I will rebuild thee and thous shalt be rebuilt. Raban designed the decorative elements. Temple Emanuel (Beaumont, Texas). Has a notable set of six windows, each 16-feet high. The windows were commissioned from Raban in 1922 by Rabbi Samuel Rosinger. Each window depicts an event in the life of one of the principal Hebrew prophets. In 2015 one of his works received international attention. The President of Israel. Visited at the White House. And First Lady Michelle Obama. For the December 2015 Hannukah celebration. Israel’s First Lady Nechama Rivlin. Joined her husband in lighting a menorah made in Israel by Raban, and loaned by the North Carolina Museum of Art’s Judaic Art Gallery. The White House noted: The design elements of this menorah underscore a theme of coexistence, and its presence in the collection of the Judaic Art Gallery in North Carolina highlights the ties between American Jews and Israeli Jews and the vibrancy of Jewish life in the American South. About Us In the past 45 years, we have been collecting and trading Antiques, Arts and many other valuable Collectibles. Located in Israel, we are passionate about what we do and committed to provide excellent service and communication to both our buyers and sellers. The item “Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica” is in sale since Sunday, October 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “rozetyafe” and is located in Givat’aaim. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Medium: Watercolor
  • Width (Inches): 21.6
  • Subject: Working In The Field
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 13
  • Region of Origin: Israel
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Artist: Zeev Raban
  • Painting Surface: Paper
  • Features: Signed
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)

Zeev Raban Real Bezalel Israel Israeli Watercolor Painting Jewish Art Judaica