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Ori Reisman

Ori Reisman (1991-1924) was an Israeli painter who was born in Kibbutz Tel-Yosef and grew up in Tel Aviv and Paris. As a young child, he studied painting with artist Yitzhak Frenkel. Later, following his marriage to a Yemenite woman - his paintings often described the Yemen community and customs. In the early 1950s Reisman studied painting at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. Later, he returned to Israel and was affiliated with the Aklim art group (Climate), which sought to formulate an artistic approach towards the Israeli experience and landscape. During his career, Reisman exhibited at the Israel Museum and at Ein Harod art center. His oeuvre achieved broad public recognition only after his death. Reisman was a recipient of the Histadrut Award for Arts (1989).

Ori Reisman
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