Galilee Landscape. Artist: Nahum Gutman. Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Lithograph
Help transport your home to the rolling green hills of northern Israel with this fantastic lithograph of Israeli artist Nahum Gutman's work "Galilee Landscape":
- Beautifully made, this work portrays the idyllic scenery of the Galilee region during the 20thcentury, with trees growing on the rolling hills, mountains rising in the background and houses seamlessly blending into the landscape.
- The perfect gift for a housewarming, birthday, graduation, anniversary or any other special occasion.
- LIMITED EDITION: With only a limited number available, make sure to order a print for your home before it's too late!
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Limited edition lithograph; Signed and numbered on the plate
Size: 55.5 x 38 cm / 21.8″ x 15″
Help enrich your personal collection of art with this magnificent lithograph of Israeli artist Nahum Gutman's painting "Galilee Landscape." Beautifully portraying the Galilee region during the early part of the 20th century, this work depicts both the picturesque landscape of northern Israel (including trees bursting with leaves and mountains rising in the distance) as well as the burgeoning growth of communities, with houses seamlessly blending into the background. Full of color and inspirational imagery, this lithograph will certainly brighten any room that it is displayed in.
Nahum Gutman was born in Romania and immigrated to Israel in 1905, where he began studying art at Bezalel in Jerusalem. He soon rebelled against the traditional teaching methods, and ploughed ahead alone to create his own distinctive style. His art depicted a hidden, exotic Middle East, and won him acclaim both in Israel and across the world. Gutman was also a celebrated children’s author and illustrator, even winning the Israel Prize for Children’s Literature. His work is displayed in the eponymous Gutman Museum in Tel Aviv.