Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish

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Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish
Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish
Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish

Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish
1897, Pinsk, Poland – 1966, Isarel. Figure Riding a Camel Overlooking Old Jerusalem Landscape. Artist Name: Jacob Eisenberg. Title: Figure riding a camel overlooking Old Jerusalem landscape. Signature Description: Hand-signed in Hebrew and English lower right and lower left. Technique: Etching Image Size. 12 x 22 cm / 4.72″ x 8.66″ inch. Sheet Size: 16 x 26 cm / 6.3″ x 10.24″ inch. Very good condition with no evidence of tears, rips, wrinkles, repairs, wear, paint peelings or losses. Immigrated to Eretz Israel 1913. With Abel Pann, Schatz and Raban. 1919 School for Arts and Crafts, Vienna, specialised in ceramics. Engraving and Stained Glass. Great Synagogue, Tel Aviv, according to sketches by Zeev Raban. Bet Shalom (House of Doctor Horowitz), Jerusalem. 1924 Opened workshop for ceramics, Tel Aviv. Decorated houses in Tel Aviv with ceramics. (18971965) (also Yaakov Eisenberg) was an Israeli artist and a member of the Bezalel school. Eisenberg was born in Pinsk and immigrated to the land of Israel in 1913. He studied art at the School for Arts and Crafts in Vienna, specializing in ceramics and at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, where he continued as a teacher for many years. Particularly notable was his creation of a series of ceramic plaques and murals for the early buildings of Tel Aviv. These included the cities first street signs, ceramic plaques in deep blue inscribed with the street names in Hebrew, Arabic and English that were affixed to the corners of buildings. The surviving plaques are now treasured historic landmarks. Large Eisenberg murals enliven the facades of several Tel Aviv buildings, including the 1925 Lederberg house, at the intersection of Rothschild Boulevard and Allenby Street. The four murals show a Jewish pioneer sowing and harvesting, a shepherd, and Jerusalem with a verse from Jeremiah 31:4, Again I will rebuild thee and thous shalt be rebuilt. 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 “Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish” is in sale since Monday, May 11, 2015. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “artshik” and is located in Tel Aviv. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original Print
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Signed: Signed
  • Edition Type: Limited Edition
  • Print Type: Etching
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Style: Realism
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Features: Signed
  • Artist: Jacob Eisenberg

Jacob Eisenberg Figure & Camel in Old Jerusalem/ Israeli Bezalel Judaica Jewish