Israel Paldi (Feldman) (1893 – 1979). One of the great early Israeli masters. Studied at the art academy in Munich; lived in Constantinople. Participated in early Tower of David exhibitions as a rebel student of the Bezalel School. His works are defined by the “orientalism” popular at the time. Work has a tendency towards the primitive and naive, and centered on oriental elements and on School of Paris techniques.


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  • hey Laya, remember that painting? we had that print hanging in our place in nachlaot! Oh, the memories…