Simhat Tora at the Kotel. Artist: Judith Yellin. Hand Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Serigraph
Brand: Art Gallery
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Limited edition original serigraph. Signed and numbered by the artist.
Size: 18.4" X 24" / 47 X 61 cm
Artist: Judith Yellin
Born in Jerusalem
Teacher of arts and crafts in teachers colleges, Senior lecturer in the School of occupational therapy and the David Yellin Teacher's College, Jerusalem.
1941-43 Graduate of Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem. Studied under M. Ardon and I. Aschheim
1946-49 Graduate of the Central School of Arts and Crafts London. Studied under R.R.Tomlinson, W. Johnstone, J. Minton.
1966 Member of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association.
1971 Studied etching under S.W. Hayter, Atelier 17, Paris.
1965-75 Collages chosen for UNICEF greeting cards.
1967-85 "Kishut" (Decoration), "Ani Mekashet" (I Decorate), "Ma'aseh Yadai" (The Work of My Hands) - text books on teaching arts and crafts, A Ministry of Education recommendation.
1970-96 World-wide distribution of series of art-posters, lithographs and serigraphs, reproduced in Israel from collages .
1954 "Ben-Uri" Gallery, London
1955 "Nora" Gallery, Jerusalem
1960 "Atelier 97", Tel-Aviv
1961 The Artists House, Jerusalem
1965 "Katz" Gallery, Tel-Aviv
1965 "Ezry" Gallery, Jerusalem
1969 The Artists House, Jerusalem
1971 "Stern" Gallery, Paris
1974 The Artists House, Jerusalem
1975 "Ben-Uri" Gallery, London
1975 "Old Jaffa" Gallery, Jaffa
1976 "Moller's" Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
1976 "Antipodes" Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
1977 "Miriam" Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1981-83 Ha'aretz Museum, Tel-Aviv
1984 Jewish Cultural Centre, Amsterdam
1984 The Artists House, Jerusalem
1986-96 "Old Jaffa" Gallery, Jaffa
1988 "Nakamura" Gallery, Osaka, Japan
1994 Jewish Cultural Centre, Tokyo, Japan
1997 Art - Expo N.Y.
1998 The Artists House, Jerusalem
1998 The Jerusalem House of Quality
1998 The Jerusalem Center for the Performing Arts
Tel — Aviv Performing arts center
Bet Gabriel, Jordan Valley
The National Jewish Museum, Washington DC
Many works are in private collections, galleries and museums