Lithographs

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  • Abuhav Shul Safed by Schwimer Rika

    $600

    Israeli School, 20th century,
    signed, 101/250
    15″ x 20.5″

  • Chariot of Fire by Rubin

    $1,000

    REUVEN RUBIN (1893-1974)
    Israeli School, 20th century
    signed,38/250,
    16 1/2″ x 22″

  • Childish Fantasies by Yosl Bergner

    $600

    Israeli School,born 1920
    signed in Hebrew, 86/90
    17 1/2″ x 12 1/2″

  • Dancing Follicles by Ginzburg

    $700

    Israeli School,
    signed, 188/200,
    25″ x 20″

  • Dr Theodor Herzl

    $1,000

    DR.THEODOR HERZL 1860-1904
    20th century,
    inscribed, “For Zion’s Sake I Shall Not Be Silent”,
    oval – 26″ x 22″

  • Einstein by J.C. Turner

    $3,000

    1920,
    signed lower right, 32/50
    13.5″ x 14.5″

  • Falling Stones by Bergner

    $600

    Israeli School, born 1920
    signed art print in English and Hebrew
    21″ x 17″

  • Haari (Sephardi) Shul, Safed by Schwimer Rika

    $600

    Israeli School,contemporary,
    signed, 216/220
    13.5″ x 20″

    Rika Schwimer is one of Israel’s foremost water-colourists.She exhibited at museums in Poland, France, and Israel,
    and her paintings have been acquired by private collections and m;useums all over the world.
    Her works have sold at Christie’s Int’l, New York.
    Her works show an interesting blend of impressionism vigor, colour and lyric symbolism.

  • Jerusalem by Gabriel Cohen

    $800

    French-Israeli, 20th century,
    signed bottom right,20/275
    17.5″ x 24.5″

  • Jerusalem by Rika Schwimer

    $900

    contemporary, Israeli,
    signed, 131/220,
    26″ x 20″

  • JOSEPH IS SOLD BY HIS BROTHERS

    $800

    JOSEPH IS SOLD BY HIS BROTHERS
    BY GABRIEL COHEN

    French-Israeli,20th century,
    signed bottom right, 87/275,
    17.5″ x 24.5″ Gabriel Cohen has the naive artist’s powerful feeling for colour
    line and texture. He is a world of contrasts and dualism;
    mixing reality with dreams, East with West, light and shade,
    past and future, new and old, playfulness and violence, grandeur and humor.
    Geographical details are lost in the mind and dreams of the artist, and one painting may show different
    countries or even continents, often covering different time spans.Gabriel Cohen’s works are included in the collections of:
    The Jewish Museum, NY, Israel Museum, Jerusalem,
    Tel Aviv Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Haifa; he has held one man shows all over the world, and his works have
    also sold at Christie’s Int™l, and Sotheby’s. He is listed in the World Enyclopedia of Naive Art, Harper & Row,
    Scranton PA, 1985, edited by Otto Bihalji-Merin, noted art
    historian and critic, amongst the world famous naive
    painters of today.

  • MIZRACH SHOWING BIBLICAL MAP OF HOLY LAND AND SITES

    20th century,
    published by J.P. Wigolik, printed in Hebrew English and German
    showing in the center a map of the Holy Land and allocation of the tribes, surrounded by 8 roundels of holy sites and
    and 2 larger ones on the corners, all beautifully engraved and gilded,
    21″ x 25″

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