Fine Art, Silverware, Judaica, Chinese and Decorative Art, Part I - Tuesday, Jan 12th

Shtetl By Moshe Bernshtein 1920 - 2006

המכירה תחל בעוד __ ימים ו __ שעות

מחיר פתיחה: $10

הערכת מחיר: $200 - $300

עמלת בית המכירות: 20%

מע"מ: על העמלה בלבד

Signed (lower right)

Watercolor on paper

47.5 x 68 cm


Moshe Bernstein, Painter. b. 1920, Poland. Immigrated 1948. After finishing his studies, he traveled to Warsaw to study art. In 1935 He studied at the Art Academy of Vilna until war broke out in 1939. He returned home and from there he went to Bialystok. He worked as a painter for a large manufacturing company in Saratov, Russia, after escaping the ghetto of Byalistok. After losing his family in the Holocaust, he attempted emigration to Israel. After being detained in Cyprus for two years, he arrived in Israel in 1948. He lived for several years in Kibbutz Ein Harod and there started a family. He continued his studies with the Sculptor Zeev Ben Zvi. In 1949 he presented he paintings for the first time in an exhibition of immigrant painters in Tel Aviv. Since then his works have been presented in many exhibitions, both in Israel, as well as in Europe and South America. Died in 2006.