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" Visions of the Bible Portfolio of 12 Lithographs" by Reuven Rubin - Reduced Again
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Visions of the Bible Portfolio of 12 Lithographs

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Reuven Rubin

Limited Edition Print
12 Lithograph Portfolio With Book

Size: 30 x 23 in  |  76 x 58 cm

Edition: From the Edition of 150

 
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Each Print is Signed And Numbered in Pencil
Condition: Excellent
Not Framed
Purchased from : Private Collector
Provenance : Private collector
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Reuven Rubin

Art Brokerage: Reuven Rubin Romanian-Israeli Artist: b. 1893-1974. Reuven Rubin was a Romanian-born Israeli painter and Israel's first diplomatic representative in rank of plenipotentiary minister to Romania. He was born in GalaĊ£i, and later travelled to New York City, where he met artist Alfred Stieglitz, who was instrumental in organizing Rubin's first American show at the Anderson Gallery. Following the exhibition, in 1922, he returned to Europe. In 1923, Rubin emigrated to Palestine. In Palestine, he became one of the founders of the new Eretz-Yisrael style. Recurring themes in his work were the biblical landscape. Rubin might have been influenced by the work of Henri Rousseau whose style combined with Eastern nuances, as well as with the neo-Byzantine art to which Rubin had been exposed in his native Romania. In accordance with his integrative style, he signed his works with his first name in Hebrew and his surname in Roman letters.

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    From the Edition of 150    

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  • Limited Edition Print
    Lithograph on Paper

    $2,500 Reduced
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