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Katz, Shemuel : ארץ הקיבוצים / Eretz Hakibbutzim

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1st Hebrew edition.

Painter, caricaturist Shemuel Katz (1926-2010) was born in Vienna. He spent the second World War in hiding in Hungary, after escaping from a concentration camp. With the conclusion of the War, he attempted to enter Palestine with a group of illegal immigrants. Intercepted by the British, the group was deported to a displaced persons' camp in Cyprus. It was there that Katz's artistic talents were discovered. With nothing else to occupy his time, he began drawing, and his work was exhibited in Cyprus. But, upon arriving in Israel in 1947, Katz put aside his new-found interest in order to help found Kibbutz Gaaton in 1948, and fight in the War of Independence. It was only in the early fifties that Katz returned to art work, when he was approached and asked to illustrate a children's magazine. His kibbutz, more understanding than many to creative needs, later sent Katz to study in Paris. Returning to Israel and his kibbutz, the artist has since devoted his life to drawing and painting.
kategória: Könyv > Humor >
kategória: Könyv > Művészet > Művészeti album >
kategória: Könyv > Vallás > Judaika >
kiadó: Sifriet Poalim, 1998. Tel Aviv,
cikkszám / ISBN: 0060757
kötés: kötve/papír
oldalszám: 168 p.
könyv nyelve: egyéb

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