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“Still Life” by Ori Reisman

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Still life captures the attention by the bright and intense colors. Famous for the landscapes, the artist here observes the massive chair as a firm surface, that goes beyond the painting borders. Defined clear lines together with whole geometrical structure correlate with two vivid handkerchieves in the forefront. They add the sense of motility and light to this stable stationary composition. 

Ori Reisman

Ori Reisman was born in Tel Yosef. He studied at the studio of Yitzhak Frenkel, an artist of the l’École de Paris. Later in Paris he attended painter Jean Souverbie’s Monumental Art workshop. There he got acquainted with Israeli artists Lea NikelEliahu Gat, and Michael Gross. Already during studies after Yitzhak Frenkel bright expressive colors became a significant element of his works, that predetermined the atmosphere of landscapes, portraits and still-life. Interestingly, Reisman’s approach to landscapes alludes to the bodily forms.

Ori Reisman exhibited at major museums, including the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Israel Museum. Besides, there was his retrospective exhibition in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2004.

Besides, we would like to offer to your attention another expressive work created with limited palette by Reisman – “Couple”

In addition,

Our gallery offers artworks by mentioned above Israeli artist Michael Gross, for instance, his “The Port” is very delicate and light. Check our blog about Michael Gross and his art. Also, another elegant depiction of a couple by Jules Pascin might be interesting.

Kings Gallery is a leading fine art gallery established in Jerusalem in 1995. We strive to collect and sell the highest quality historic and contemporary Israeli and International art. The gallery specializes primarily in artists from the early period of the 1920’s. Besides, Kings Gallery features leading up-and-coming young artists who will definitely be prominent names in the next few years.

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