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Jewish Artists: Talko

By Talko - March 8, 2009
Talko is an Israeli artist. The avenue in which he uses light and shadow, color and composition equates him with old European masters. All these properties are efficiently used by Talko for conveying both mood and movement in his paintings. Much of his work is in private collections around the world.

Jewish Artists: Elena Flerova
By Flerova - February 15, 2009
Elena Flerova was born in Moscow in 1943. She graduated with honors from the prestigious Surikov Fine Arts Institute in 1969. Her top graduate standing won her a scholarship to the National Academy of Fine Arts, a school admitting only a limited number of exceptionally gifted artists.

Jewish Artists: Victor Brindatch
By Brindatch - February 9, 2009
Victor Brindatch was born in Russia in 1941 and immigrated to Israel in 1993. Brindatch creates his artwork in traditional and classic styles.He paints Jewish and Biblical themes and subjects about modern Israel endowing his work with the fresh view of a newcomer.

Jewish Artists: Boris Dubrov
By Dubrov - February 2, 2009
Boris Dubrov was born in St. Petersburg in 1979. In 1994 Boris entered the Art-Restoring Lyceum. In 1997 Dubrov arrived in Israel where he became a prize-winner of the “Young Artist“ competition in Israel. He paints many pictures of the Jewish people of the pre-war period of Eastern Europe.

Jewish Artists: H. Weiss
By Weiss - February 5, 2009
H. Weiss was introduced to art at an early age by his mother a painter and his father who was an architect. He attended The Fine Art Academy in Poland. In 1985, Weiss lived in Italy for two years painting ceiling murals and portraits. From there he moved to the United States.
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