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Reuven Rubin

Reuven Rubin (1974 - 1893) was one of the pioneers of Israeli art. He was born in the Romanian city of Glatt, and immigrated to Israel in 1912. He studied at the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem and in 1913 traveled to Paris and studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. Later he served as Israel's first ambassador to Romania. Rubin’s work is characterized by radiant colors and a romantic style that was typical of the pioneering spirit of the early 1920s. Rubin was the first Israeli artist to win international recognition. In 1932, the Tel Aviv Museum was opened with a solo exhibition of his paintings. Rubin won both the  Dizengoff Prize (1964) and Israel Prize (1973).

Reuven Rubin
  • Reuven Rubin

  • Fisherman Family of Tiberias
  • hand signed lithograph
Reuven Rubin
Reuven Rubin
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