Naftali Bezem Rishumai (Rishumei) Kina Lamentations Beautiful Artwork Israel Art
This book of art is in very nice shape. Large book dimensions are 11 3/4 inch by 9 1/2 inches. All pages complete and crisp, printed in 1962. Binding is tight, some wear on edges of cover. At least one color print. 28 pages (Counting both sides of each page, so that's a total of 14 actual pages not including end and front blank pages). Not all pages have artwork, some have words and some are blank. I counted a total of 12 drawings, all very original and interesting. Collectible Judaica monograph.
Naftali Bezem (Hebrew: × ×¤×ª×œ×™ ×‘×–×â€Ž; born November 27, 1924) is an Israeli painter, muralist, and sculptor.
Bezem was born in Essen, Germany, in 1924. His early adolescence was spent under Nazi oppression, in constant fear for the safety of his parents, who perished in Auschwitz concentration camp. Naftali emigrated to Mandate Palestine in 1939, at the age of fourteen with a Youth Aliyah group. From 1943 to 1946, he studied art at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem with Israeli painter Mordecai Ardon. He then spent three years studying in Paris.
His most famous public works include a wall relief at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem and the ceiling mural in the main reception room at the President's Residence, Jerusalem. In 1957, Bezem was a co-recipient of the Dizengoff Prize for Painting.
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