(1924 - 2004)
Moshe Tamir was active/lived in Israel, France. Moshe Tamir is known for monumental fresco murals, easel painting , mythology images.
Moshe Tamir was born in Odessa and completed his studies at Israel’s Bezalel Academy of Art in 1947 after which he won the Struck Award presented by the painter Mordechai Ardon. In 1952, Tamir graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, where he specialized in fresco* and monumental painting, and was chosen by his teacher, the renowned fresco artist Prozzo Parchi, to become his assistant in painting murals at the Church of St. Eugene in Rome.
Working closely with a prominent figure in the art of fresco painting greatly contributed to Tamir’s professional development. Without surrendering to passing fashions, Tamir’s work encompasses oil, fresco, drawing and gouache. One of Tamir’s masterpieces – a magnificent fresco Amno ... Displaying 750 of 3049 characters.