Avshalom OKASHY - Composition, 1950

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Type of Artwork Original artwork
Title Composition, 1950
Year 1950
Category Drawing-Watercolor
Medium Charcoal
Signature lower left
Size of the artwork
9.84 x 12.99 in
25 x 33 cm
Overall Framed Size
12.2 x 15.35 in
31 x 39 cm
Certificate issued by gallery
Invoice issued by gallery
Condition good condition

Painted circa 1950-1960, 

Okashi was a member of "New Horizons" group.

The 'Ofakim Hadashim" art movement began with a group of artists who mounted an exhibition in Tel Aviv's Habima national theater in December 1942, under the name "The Group of Eight". The group evolved into a coherent artistic movement only after the founding of the state of Israel in 1948. Members of the school included Arie ArochZvi MeirowitchAvraham Naton (Natanson), Avigdor Stematsky and Yehezkel Streichman. The work of sculptor Dov Feigin also appeared in the catalog of the 1942 exhibition, though it was not displayed. In February 1947 five of the original members of the group joined Joseph Zaritsky for an exhibit called "The Group of Seven" at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.[1] Members of the group stated that "The group is based in modernism, especially French, yet seeks a unique style that expresses our own reality".

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