Ze'ev Raban 1923 The Song of Songs Chapter I Verses 7 and 8

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Artist Biography:

Ze’ev Raban [1890-1970] was a leading exponent of the Bezalel school style in painting, sculpture and the decorative arts. He was born Wolf Rawicki in Poland. Under the influence of Boris Schatz, the founder of the Bezalel Academy, Raban moved to the land of Israel in 1912, and joined the facility of the academy. Raban designed the decorative elements of such important Jerusalem buildings as the King David Hotel, the Jerusalem YMCA, and Bikkur-Cholim Hospital. He also designed a wide range of day-to-day objects, including playing cards, commercial packaging, bank notes, tourism posters, jewelry, and insignia for Zionist institutions. Raban also designed a wide range of Jewish objects including menorahs, temple windows and Torah arks.

Date:

1923

Source:

The Song of Songs First Edition

Volume:

1

Plate No.:

Not Numbered

Description:

Chapter I Verses 7 - 8

Print Method:

Lithographs on heavy stock with prints tipped at top onto page

Condition:

Overall Excellent

Size of Print:

130 x 190 mm. approximately (5 x 7.5 in.)

Size of Leaf:

330 x 235 mm approximately (13 x 9.25 in.)

References:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ze'ev_Raban

Price:
$125.00
SKU:
50721
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