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Aharon Giladi Very Early Painting "The Family" Oil on Canvas 80x130 cm Signed Very rare!

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SKU: 72023
Artist/Maker: Aharon Giladi (1907-1993)
Medium/Material: Oil on canvas
Condition: Very Good (Determining Condition)
Height: 80cm  (31.5in.) Width: 130cm (51.18in.)

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Aharon Giladi Very Early Painting "The Family" Oil on Canvas 80x130 cm Signed Very rare!

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Aharon Giladi, Very early painting - "The Family", oil on canvas, 80x130 cm. Signed. Very rare !!! Born in 1907 in Belarus. For three years he studied at the Art Academy in Leningrad. After the ban on the Communist Zionist activity he was arrested and deported to Siberia for three years. In 1929 he immigrated to Israel and joined Kibbutz channels with the establishment, Only after 11 years, allocated appropriate conditions for painting: Atelier and Leisure draw. Period of being a member of Kibbutz painted the way of life and work on a kibbutz. Giladi painted so in oils and watercolor, often with Mordechai Lebanon and Shimshon Holzman, who stayed with him and together they went with the Sea of Galilee paint landscapes: "We dipped, then the brushes in those colors, and drew the same view. Finally, received three different studies. Mordechai Lebanon - spiritual, like a prayer Creator, of Shimshon Holzman - Happy spring easy, and my own - dark, heavy and dramatic. " He used to paint the life around him: people family, job, still figures expressiveness, without a face. His style was influenced by the school of Paris and showed the influence of John Mark socialist realism and life on the kibbutz. General exhibitions of artists of Israel and from 1945 exhibited his paintings in solo exhibitions in galleries and museums in the country. Even then, early in his paintings, you can find the great love and togetherness Giladi person. "He specializes in paintings of families, especially mothers and children, and when painting the collective, personal face-free images, as if only given for the good of the collective. In 1948 he left the kibbutz After 20 years of membership and moved to Kfar Saba from the family moved to Tel Aviv and then in 1955 moved to Holon. He deceased in 1993.

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