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9880. Acre Lighthouse By Yacov Gabay 1937 -

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Acre Lighthouse
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Signed in English and described on lower right corner.

Oil on canvas

46 x 65 cm


Yacov Gabay, painter, b. 1937 in Kibbutz Yagur, Israel. 1964 Received scholarship from Helena Rubinstein Fund and travelled to Paris, France. Accepted by Academie des Beaux Arts and joined Chapelain-Midy Roger Atelier. In 1970 he returned to Israel. Exhibitions: 2008 Nathan D.Rosen Museum Gallery In Boca Raton, Florida, USA; 2008 NY Studio Gallery In New-York, NY, USA; 2007 Sovereign Asian Art Prize exhibition 2007 in Hong Kong. Sponsorship by Louis Vuitton; 2007 Agora Gallery in New-York, N-Y. U.S.A. Sponsorship by Whitney Museum NY; 2005 Art Expo in New-York, NY. U.S.A; 2004 Pearl Art Gallery, Tel Aviv; 1997 Wilfrid Museum, Israel; 1988 Denia Art Gallery, Haifa; 1986 13 & Half Gallery, Jaffa; 1979 Chagall Artist House Gallery, Haifa; 1977 The Jerusalem Artist House Gallery, Jerusalem. Prizes and Awards: 2008 Biennial Juried Art Competition, Boca Raton, Florida, USA; America Slide-All, Contest 2008 New York, NY, USA; 2007 Biennale Internazionale Dell Arte - Firenze, Italy; Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2007, Hong Kong; Chelsea International Fine Art Competition New-York, U.S.A. Yacov Gbay is a member of the Israel Association of Painters and Sculptors. Lives and works in Israel.

Estimate: $1,300/$1,800

Location: Israel

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