Description: Moshe Gat (Israeli, b. 1935) Lithograph on paper number 21 of an edition of 150. Signed and numbered lower right. Framed in wood frame, newly matted and mat board, acid free, under glass. Measures 33in x 24.75in framed and 25 5/8in x 17 5/8in image only. Condition: print in excellent condition except for one tiny flaw as seen in the picture. Moshe Gat was born in Haifa in October 1935. By the age of sixteen his artistic talent had clearly manifested itself, and in 1952 he began his studies at the Bezalel School, in Jerusalem. In 1955 he returned to Haifa, where he taught drawing, and began to participate in the more important general exhibitions then shown in Israel. In 1957 he was awarded a grant by the America-Israel Cultural Fund, to further his studies abroad. He became a member of the Society of Painters and Sculptors in Israel, and held his first one-man exhibitions. The most important of these was in the Tel-Aviv Museum. In 1958 he left Israel, and after an educational tour of the museums of Paris and Italy, he reached Mexico. Several months later, two of his works were accepted for the exhibition of artists of Mexico; this was part of the American Biannual, which brought together in the city the best of American art. Here, the Director of the National Museum of Modern Art saw the pictures and arranged a one-man show for Gat at the Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City. In 1962 he held his first one man show at the A.C.A. Gallery in New York. He held exhibits too in New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, Texas and elsewhere.
Dimensions: 33" x 24.75"
Artist or Maker: Moshe Gat
Condition Report: Excellent
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