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Dan Zaretsky (b.1938)
Born in Israel, he studied with the sculptor Rudy Lehman and also in Italy, on a scholarship and support from the Israel Cultural Fund (United States). He is a member of the Association of painters and sculptors of Israel and a member of the Artists Village of Ein-Hod. He taught sculpturing at the Art Institute of Givatayim and at the Ein-Hod School of Art.
Zaretsky is a figurative sculptor who has a private language. He creates sculptures in bronze that are extremely thin-but they are, nonetheless three dimensional.
Among his works:
City Gates, bronze doors of the Municipality Building, Jerusalem
Topheads", the Israeli Prize for outstanding Theatrical activity
"Jazz Players", the Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem
Don-Quixote", Advanced Technology Center, Haifa
Sitting on the fence", "Open Man" and "Alter", Ein-Hod
"Couple", International Convention Center, Jerusalem
"bull", "cow", The open Museum Tefen
'Don-Quixote", "Sancho Panza", Wilfrid Israel Museum, Hazorea
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