Reuven Rubin

Romanian-born Reuven Rubin arrived in Israel in 1912 to study at the Bezalel Academy, then ventured on to France and America. Upon returning to Israel, he founded a modern, eclectic style known as “Eretz Yisrael”. Inspired by Europe’s modern art, Rubin’s Cezanne-esque art features sun-drenched landscapes filled with people from all walks of life. Rubin served as Israel’s ambassador to Romania from 1948 – 1950; designed backdrops for various Israeli theaters; and held solo and group exhibitions across the world.

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Romanian-born Reuven Rubin arrived in Israel in 1912 to study at the Bezalel Academy, then ventured on to France and America. Upon returning to Israel, he founded a modern, eclectic style known as “Eretz Yisrael”. Inspired by Europe’s modern art, Rubin’s Cezanne-esque art features sun-drenched landscapes filled with people from all walks of life. Rubin served as Israel’s ambassador to Romania from 1948 – 1950; designed backdrops for various Israeli theaters; and held solo and group exhibitions across the world.