Peter Zvi Malkin (Hebrew: צבי מלחין), (May 27, 1927 – March 1, 2005), was an Israeli secret agent, and member of the Mossad intelligence agency. Malkin was part of the team that captured Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in 1960 and brought him to Israel to stand trial. Malkin's art is grounded in a genuine empathy with the human condition, and an unabashed optimism despite the odds. His love of people, especially children, gave him the strength to travel and lecture tirelessly. Equally comfortable with a head of state or taxi driver, he preferred a low-key, simple lifestyle, savoring long walks through the neighborhoods of his beloved adopted hometown, New York City. His art can be found in national and private collections.
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