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Jan Rauchwerger

Born: 1942

Ukranian born Jan Rauchwerger is one of the finest artists ever to work in Israel. He is now an internationally recognized master. Following a major retrospective at the Israel Museum in 2004, he had another retrospective in Moscow. While some of his works are reminiscent of Bonnard, he is his own master. Concentrating on the everyday of housescapes and interiors, nudes, still lifes, and domestic animals, he brings a phenomenal sense of color and a sensitivity to every nuance of subject. At first glance his works seem simple, accessible and non-provocative. After repeated viewings the depth, complexity, and intensity of his vision are revealed. Each of his paintings serves as material for self-analysis and a deeper understanding of universal questions. Redhead Michal, newly acquired by the gallery, was exhibited at the Israel Museum in 2004 as part of a Rauchwerger retrospective exhibition.

Landscape in the Afternoon, The Russian Church, Yaffo / Oil on canvas
Redhead Michal / Oil on canvas
Red Nude / Oil on canvas
Woman Reading a Book in the Studio / Oil on canvas
Untitled, 2004 / Oil on canvas
Evening in the Studio / Mixed media on paper
Sleeping Woman, 1991 / Oil on canvas
In the Farm / Oil on canvas
Still Life (Lemons) / Oil on canvas
Portrait / Oil on canvas