Shmuel Katz - Ari Synagogue - Lithograph - c 1960s


Shmuel Katz

Ari Synagogue

c 1960s
Overall dimensions: 25.25 x 32.75 x 1.25 inches

Shmuel Katz (August 18, 1926 – March 26, 2010), Israeli artist, illustrator, and cartoonist. A Holocaust survivor and postwar immigrant to Mandate Palestine via the detention camps on Cyprus, he figured prominently in Israeli illustration and newspaper cartooning, widely exhibiting and publishing his drawings and paintings at home and abroad, for which he won numerous local and international awards. His sketches and watercolors are known for their sprightly lines and touches of humor. Wikipedia

Ari Synagogue: Wikipedia
Located in Safed, Israel: Wikipedia

Artwork is in very good and clean condition

Framed and Matted
Framed in a rose gold colored wooden frame. Matted in white with gold trim.
Frame outer dimensions: 25.25 x 32.75 x 1.25 inches
Frame inner dimensions: 23.5 x 31 inches
Matting inner dimensions:18 x 24.5 inches

Frame has light wear.

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