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“The Player” by Pinchas Litvinovsky

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Pinchas Litvinovsky built up naive bright “The Player” of geometric forms. The figure is two-dimensional, simplified and flat. Further more, resembling cubist artworks that convey the motion and different sight perspectives, the musician appears to move. Also, the artist depicted a violin twice, probably, two different time episodes together.

Black sharp contours determine shapes and structure colour fields.

In addition, another depiction of a fielder might be interesting: impressionistic “Fiddler” by Ahuva “Huvy” Elisha. The instant of inspiration and passion is shown with a Hasidic dance on the background. A canopy of a chuppah in the left side expresses the significance of the moment. Deep blue and green tints surround and absorb an action, as well as add an atmosphere of mystery.

Kings gallery

Kings gallery has an interesting collection of artworks by Pinchas Litvinovsky, as well as a blog about his art.

In particular, “The Four Sons” depicts four rabbis, artist managed to express their feelings, power, frangileness with only a few strokes. Also, please find a mysterious expressive painting “Jerusalem houses“, that showes a small courtyard. A beautiful portrait of “The Artist’s Wife” strikes in its honesty. Especially the glance of the woman is mesmerising and hypnotic. “Figures” are full of theatre references. Furthermore, it reminds the tales with complicated plots about kings, princesses and jesters. The work links several episodes, creating connections between them. It seems to be theatre sets. Additionally, we offer his tender artwork painted in emerald shades depicting fairy heroines – “Pastoral Nudes“.

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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