(1917 - 2004)
Chaim Goldberg was active/lived in New York, Texas / Poland, Israel. Chaim Goldberg is known for war victim figure paintings, sculpture, engravings.
A sculptor and painter of works annotating his personal history as a Jewish boy in Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, Chaim Goldberg worked from a studio in Boca Ratan, Florida. His work is perhaps the most extensive record in art form of the Jewish people in Poland.
His father was a cobbler, and young Chaim at age seven began making paintings and drawings of village characters from cobbler's paste. His father showed them to Marc Chagall in Paris, and Chagall bought 52 paintings and invited the young artist to his studio.
Today, the similarities in style between Chagall and Goldberg are obvious. With his artwork, Goldberg with bright, cheerful colors has told the story of Jewish life in a period seldom remembered--the joy o ... Displaying 750 of 2461 characters.