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    2+3=4

    Yaacov Agam 15,000.00 $
    This edition is an homage to Einstein's Time Formula, and in it Agam alters the perspective of the viewer as the viewer changes his location in space. first viewing the work in "2D" from the front, the viewer is then exposed to a third dimension as he moves.
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    Abstract

    Yehezkel Streichman 1,800.00 $
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    Abstract Composition

    Michael Argov 4,000.00 $
    3D artwork made of carved wood boards assemblage painted with oil colors
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    Abstract Composition

    Marcel Janco 3,500.00 $
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    Abstract Composition

    Joseph Zaritsky 250.00 $
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    Abstract Composition

    Joseph Zaritsky 300.00 $
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    Alley Dreamscape

    Ovadia Alkara 120.00 $
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    Avshalom’s Tomb

    Moshe Castel 2,200.00 $
    published by the Engel Gallery exclusively
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    Bagel

    Menashe Kadishman 4,200.00 $
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    Boy & Girl

    Pinchas Litvinovsky 200.00 $
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    Bright Song

    Igael Tumarkin 18,000.00 $
    An incredible work by Tumarkin, dedicated to the president of Israel - Zalman Shazar. In addition, the lyrics from the famous poem"Bright Song" written by Rachel The Poet, one of Israel's most know poets. the lyrics are translated to: "Will you hear my voice, far one of mine".
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    Burning Ruins

    Ovadia Alkara 100.00 $
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    Chai 18

    Yaacov Agam 700.00 $
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    Chai 18

    Yaacov Agam 650.00 $
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    Childish Landscape Writing / My Childhood’s Landscape (tribute to Danziger)

    Yoav Ben Dov 4,500.00 $
    A personal and poetic work, as Ben Dov recalls the landscape of his childhood from atop his village of Ein Hod, overlooking the ancient Atlit fort which can be seen in the painting. The painting is also a tribute to Itzhak Danziger, one of the most influential modern Israeli artists, who was also part of "New Horizons" artists group. The playful nature of the work's name is also reflected in the abstract Yod letters forming the landscape, which on the one hand refer to the way all Hebrew letters can be formed from the letter Yod and on the other hand his struggles with dyslexia. A magnificent work whose narrative depths emboldens its exemplary aesthetics.