An amazing sculpture by world famous Israeli artist Yosl Bergner. The sculpture reflects challenging shtetl life. Young musicians look inspirational. The expressive sad eyes of the fiddler are fixed on the spectator. Israel Prize-winner Yosl Bergner said about his art: "I’m a story teller through paintings. I tell stories of how I feel. It’s my language. I’m a talker; I’m a schvitzer. A painting puts a certain form to it, but it’s not always that I like it." The main influence and the mastermind of the artist was Vincent Van Gogh.