Girl with a Flower Pot. Reuven Rubin (Poster)

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Add to your art collection with this unique poster from the Israel Museum collection: 

  • Designed with a woman in braids holding a flower pot in a desert-like background.
  • Painted by Rueven Rubin, the first Israeli ambassador to Romania.
  • One-of-a-kind piece for someone who loves Jewish art history! 

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Size: 17.9" x 27.3" / 46 x 70 cm

Reuven Rubin (1893-1974)

Girl with a Flower Pot, ca. 1922-23, oil on canvas, private collection, from the exhibition  First Flowers of Israeli Art, Fall 2003

Rubin, Reuven
Reuven Rubin, Painter. b. 1893, Romania. Immigrated 1923. Studies: 1912 Bezalel, Jerusalem; 1913-15 Beaux Arts, Paris. Prizes: 1926 Lord Plummer Prize for the paintings "My Family"; 1964 Dizengoff Prize; 1973 Israel Prize. Was in Romania during First World War. Selected Exhibitions: 1921 Anderson Gallery, New York, sponsored by Alfred Steiglitz; 1948, 1950, 1952 Venice Biennale. Served as first Israeli Ambassador to Romania. Died 1974.

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