Zeev Ben-Zvi (Hebrew: זאב בן-צבי) (1904–1952) was an Israeli sculptor born in Ryki, Poland, whose work influenced a generation of sculptors.
Ben-Zvi studied at Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw before emigrated to the then British Mandate of Palestine in 1923, where he studied at the Bezalel School of Art and Craft, Jerusalem from 1923 to 1924. When the New Bezalel School was opened, he taught sculpture there from 1926 to 1927. In 1937, he travelled to Paris and then London in 1937 to 1938.
He specialized in portrait heads in beaten copper and mounded plaster, and which he treated in a cubist manner. In 1947 he created one of his most moving works, the monument "In Memory of the Children of the Diaspora" in Mishmar Haemek.
Agam is a 20th Century Israeli abstract artist. Best know for compositions like Transparent rhythm in which the pattern changes depending on the angle at which you view it. A fountain/sculpture based on this concept stands on Dizengoff Square in Tel-Aviv.
was a sculptor whose trademark is plaster human figures in various situations. Perhaps best known for the figures at the US Holocaust Museum.
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was an Israeli sculptor born in Ryki, Poland, whose work influenced a generation of sculptors.
Italian (Jewish) painter and sculptor of the late 19th and early 20th C. His sculpture and art work was influenced by African forms. His color sense was sublime. His brother, Vittorio, was a leading figure in the Socialist party and supporter of Zionism.