Item #: 14051252815A
22" x 29.5"
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Edition of 200
Signed and numbered by the artist
This print is a rare and collectable work of art. As such, it may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original printing defects. It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better.
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Chaim Goldberg, Israeli (1917 - 2004)<br/><br/> Chaim Goldberg has worked in nearly every medium available to the visual artist from watercolors to sculpture. But throughout his long career, one theme has been central to all his work-the dignity and nobleness of man.<br/><br/>Goldberg has a deep understanding of human values, for he has spent much of his 60-odd years searching for them. Born in a Polish village in 1917 in the Jewish "shtetl" he later moved to Siberia where the Soviets took a dim view of his realistic depictions of the simple peasants. Returning to Poland, he found the Russians had made it difficult for him to work there as well. He took his family to Israel and then finally America, where he now lives and works. But the "shietl," until recently, has remained the main motif in his art, just as it has for those two other famous Slavic emigrants, Marc Chagall and Isaac Bashevis Singer. Singer has said Goldberg's work "is enriching Jewish art and the image of our tradition."
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