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Joseph Zaritsky

 (1891 - 1985)
Joseph Zaritsky was active/lived in Israel, Ukraine.  Joseph Zaritsky is known for painting.

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Joseph Zaritzky, painter, born 1891, Ukraine.  He lived in Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels, but mostly her lived in Jerusalem.  Between the years 1944-1947, he lived in Zikhron Ya'akov. In 1948, he became Chairman of the Association of Painters and Sculptors. He died in 1985.

After his arrival in Eretz Israel in 1923, it did not take long for Yossef Zaritsky to become one of the country's leading artists and critics, earning acclaim for his singular interpretation of the watercolors of Cezanne and the Russian symbolist Vroubel.   Standard bearer of the Universalists in their conflict with the Orientalists, he led the "New Horizons" group which grew out of the confrontation.  In this perspective, his   ...  Displaying 750 of 2326 characters.

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