Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL

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Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL
Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL
Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL
Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL
Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL

Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL
DESCRIPTION : Here for sale is QUITE RARE original HAND SIGNED and HAND TINTED Jewish – Judaica – Israeli – Hebrew WOODCUT – WOODBLOCK of JACOB STEINHARDT from the Bezalel School of Art in Jerusalem. The woodcut , Depicting a scene of learning and debating CHASSIDIM in Beth Midrash or Synagogue was created in the early 1960’s. STEINHARD signed with pencil ” JACOB STEINHARDT ” in addition to his signature in initials in the plate “JST”. Printed on heavy stock. Sheet dimensions are 12.5 x 18.5 ” while the actual WOODCUT size is 9.5 x 14″ (Excluding the pencil signature). (Please look at scan for an accuirate AS IS image). The woodcut will be sent rolled in a special protective rigid sealed tube. AUTHENTICITY : This is a 100% fully guarateed ORIGINAL 1960’s hand signed WOODCUT. NOT a reproduction or a reprint. It holds a life long GUARANTEE for its AUTHENTICITY and ORIGINALITY. Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design is Israel’s national school of art, founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz. It is named for the Biblical figure Bezalel, son of Uri Hebrew. , who was appointed by Moses to oversee the design and construction of the Tabernacle (Exodus 35:30). The Bezalel School was founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz. Theodor Herzl and the early Zionists believed in the creation of a national style of art blending classical Jewish/Middle Eastern and European traditions. The teachers of Bezalel developed a distinctive school of art, known as the Bezalel school, which portrayed Biblical and Zionist subjects in a style influenced by the European jugendstil (art nouveau) and traditional Persian and Syrian art. “Varied strands of surroundings, tradition and innovation, “. In paintings and craft objects that invokes. “Biblical themes, Islamic design and European traditions, “. In their effort to. “Carve out a distinctive style of Jewish art”. For the new nation they intended to build in the ancient Jewish homeland. The Bezalel School produced decorative art objects in a wide range of media: silver, leather, wood, brass and fabric. While the artists and designers were Western-trained, the craftsmen were often members of the Yemenite Jewish community, which has a long tradition of working in precious metals. Silver and goldsmithing had been traditional Jewish occupations in Yemen. Yemenite immigrants were also frequent subjects of Bezalel school artists. Leading artists of the school include Meir Gur Aryeh, Ze’ev Raban, Shmuel Ben David, Ya’ackov Ben-Dov, Ze’ev Ben-Tzvi, Jacob Eisenberg, Jacob Pins, Jacob Steinhardt, and Hermann Struck In 1912, the school had only one female student, Marousia (Miriam) Nissenholtz, who used the pseudonym Chad Gadya. The school closed down in 1929 in the wake of economic difficulties, but reopened in 1935, attracting many teachers and students from Germany, many of them from the Bauhaus school shut down by the Nazis. Jacob Steinhardt was a painter and woodcut artist. He was born in Zerkow engl. Erków in Posen, a former Province of Prussia. During the World War I he was a soldier in Poland and Lithuania. In Eastern Europe he came in contact with the Eastern Jewish religion and culture which deeply impressed him. It took great influence on his life and work. After his immigration to Palestine in 1933, he opened an art school in Jerusalem. He was Chairman of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and also the Director of that school from 1953 till 1957. In 1966, Steinhardt became an honorary citizen of Israel. A year later, he painted his last self-portrait. He died on the 11th of February in 1968 at Nahariya. One of Steinhardts disciples was the artist Jacob Pins (January 17, 1917 Höxter). Der Künstler Jakob Steinhardt wurde 1887 in Zerkow, einer Kleinstadt in der damals preußischen Provinz Posen, geboren. Seine Eltern schickten ihn auf ein Gymnasium in Berlin, wo Steinhardt bei Verwandten unterkam. Während seiner Schullaufbahn verlor der Künstler mit 13 Jahren seinen Vater. Nach Abschluss der Gymnasialzeit (1906) kehrte Jakob Steinhardt in seine Heimatstadt zurück und erhielt durch Vermittlung des Direktors des Posener Museums ein Stipendium, mit Hilfe dessen er acht Jahre bis zum Beginn des 1. Bis 1914 reiste Jakob Steinhardt durch Europa und erweiterte seine Kunstkenntnisse, lernte auch neue Künstler kennen und gründete die Gruppe “Die Pathetiker”. In den Kriegsjahren kam er als Soldat in Polen und Litauen mit der (ost-)jüdischen Religion und Kultur in Berührung, die tiefen Eindruck auf ihn machte und großen Einfluss auf sein weiteres Leben haben sollte. 1917, zum Ende des 1. Weltkrieges, erfolgte eine Ausstellung in der Berliner Secession seiner Kriegszeichnungen, die ein großer Erfolg wurde. Später entdeckt der Künstler die Technik des Holzschnitts, den er als wichtiges künstlerisches Ausdrucksmittel beibehielt. 1922 heiratete Steinhardt Minni Gumpert, worauf ein Jahr später die Tochter Josefa zur Welt kam. Jakob Steinhardt lebte weiterhin in Berlin, malte Stadtansichten, daneben entstanden auch noch graphische Mappenwerke und Buchillustrationen. Jacob Steinhardt mit Tocher Josepha und ihren Freunden, ca. 1942 1925 reiste Steinhardts nach Palästina, wohin er 1933 mit seiner Familie flüchten musste. Im Laufe des 2. Weltkrieges gab der Künstler seine Radiertechnik auf und widmete sich dem Holzschnitt. Ab 1955 wurde Steinhardt durch seine Ausstellungen weltweit bekannt und bekam zahlreiche Preise. 1966 wurde Steinhardt israelischer Ehrenbürger. Februar 1968 in Nahariya. Zu den Schülern von Jakob Steinhardt gehört Jacob Pins 17. Er stiftete seiner Geburtsstadt 2003 seinen Jacob Steinhardt (18871968) Hebrew. Was an Israeli painter and woodcut artist. Jacob Steinhardt was born in erków, Germany (now Poland). He attended the School of Art in Berlin in 1906, then studied painting with Louis Corinth and engraving with Hermann Struck in 1907. From 1908 to 1910 he lived in Paris, where he associated with Henri Matisse and Théophile Steinlen, and in 1911 he was in Italy. When World War I broke out, he enlisted in the German army, and served on the Eastern Front in Poland and Lithuania, and then in Macedonia. They immigrated to Palestine in 1933, after he was harassed by the German police, dominated by the Nazis who recently came to power. Steinhardt died in 1968. He is buried in Nahariya. Jacob Steinhardt worked mainly in woodcuts depicting biblical and Jewish subjects. He participated in the Berlin Secession and founded the Pathetiker Group. He was a member of the Bezalel school group. In 1934, Steinhardt opened an art school in Jerusalem. In 1948, he became Chairman of the Graphics Department at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. The museum owns paintings, several hundred print graphics, and a collection of books illustrated by the artist. The item “Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL” is in sale since Thursday, October 29, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Mixed Media Art & Collage Art”. The seller is “judaica-bookstore” and is located in TEL AVIV. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Artist: JACOB STEINHARDT
  • Materials: STOCK PAPER
  • Style: Contemporary Art
  • Listed By: JUDAICA-BOOKSTORE
  • Quantity Type: Multi-Piece Work
  • Date of Creation: Ca 1960’s
  • Type: Etching & Engraving
  • Era: 1900-1949
  • Original/Reproduction: 100% GUARANTEED ORIGINAL
  • Year: ca 1960’s
  • Features: Signed
  • Technique: WOODBLOCK + COLORED TINTING
  • Original or Reproduction: 100% ORIGINAL SIGNED WOODCUT
  • Width (Inches): 18.5 “
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Subject: JUDAICA – JEWISH
  • ORIGINAL Hand Tinted WOODCUT: HAND SIGNED by STEINHARDT
  • Originality: Limited Edition Print
  • Height (Inches): 12.5″

Original HAND SIGNED Woodcut STEINHARDT BEZALEL Judaica CHASSIDIM Jewish ISRAEL