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Rabinovich Noam-םענ 'ץיבוניבר

Rapoport Nathan -ןתנ טרופופר

Reisman Ori-ירוא ןמסייר

Reuytenberg (Fima) Efraim-םירפא ( אמיפ ) גרבנטויר

Rimon Lee-יל ןומיר

Rubin Reuven-ןבואר ןיבור

Rapaport Michael-לאכימ טרופפר

Rosen Roee-האור ןזור

Ra'anan Yoram-םרוי ןנער

Rabbi Karro-וראק יבר

Reisman Donna-הנוד ןמסייר

Rita Alima-המילא הטיר

Rita Balmina-הנימלב הטיר

Rubin Zahara-הרהז ןיבור

Ruth Salinger-רגנילס תור

Ruth Shany -ינש תור

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Rabinovich Noam-םענ 'ץיבוניבר


Noam Rabinovich, Sculptor. b. 1950 Kibbutz Dafna, Israel. Studies: 1978-80 Tel Hai College. Prizes: 1982 Dr. Schiff Prize for Young Artist; Biennale for Youth, Haifa. Member of Kibbutz Bet Hashita. Environmental Sculptures: 1984 “Yochai Grove” Memorial Corner, Bet Hashita; 1985 Industrial Garden, Tefen; 1985 Givat Hafalachim; Graduates’ Wall, Bet Hashita; Border Station, Nitzana; 1986 Public Garden, Herzlia; 1989 Efal; 1990 Golan Wineries, Katzrin; 1992 Simon Bolivar Garden, Jerusalem; 1993 “Flower with Two Terraces”, Raanana.

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Rapoport Nathan -ןתנ טרופופר


Nathan Rapoport, Sculptor. b. 1911, Warsaw. Immigrated 1950. Studies: Art Academy, Warsaw. Prize: 1936 Scholarship for studies in Italy and France. Works: Many monumental sculptures all over the world commemorating the Holocaust; 1948 on site of Warsaw Ghetto; a statue of Mordecai Anilewitz, Kibbutz Yad Mordecai. Died New York, 1987.

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Reisman Ori-ירוא ןמסייר


Reisman, Ori, Painter. b. 1924, Tel Yoseph, Israel. Studies: Studio of ?Yitzhak Fraenkel; 1951-53 Beaux Arts, Paris, with Jean Soukerbie. Prize: 1989 Histadrut Prize. Showed with “Group of Ten” and the “Aklim” Group. Member of Kibbutz Cabri. 1991 Died there.


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Reuytenberg (Fima) Efraim-םירפא ( אמיפ ) גרבנטויר


Fima (Reuytenberg), Efraim, Painter. b. 1916, Harbin, China. Immigrated 1949. Studies: Painting, architecture, theatre, ballet, etc.; Russian Academy of Art, Shanghai, painting; architecture, Shanghai. Teaching: Shanghai Academy. Signs and is known as "Fima". Lives and works in Jerusalem and Paris.


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Rimon Lee-יל ןומיר


Lee Rimon, Sculptor, Three Dimensional Designer. b. 1955, Israel. Studies: 1975-81 Gerrit Rietveld Art Academy, Amsterdam, Holland. Oudoor Sculptures: 1990 Tel Hai Sculpture Park, "House"; 1997 Jullis Culture Centre, Israel, "Place". 1984-95 She lived at Mitzpe Amuka, Galilee. She lives and works in Naharia.


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Rubin Reuven-ןבואר ןיבור


Rubin, Reuven, Painter. b. 1893, Rumania. Immigrated 1923. Studies: 1913-15 Beaux Arts, Paris. Prizes: 1964 Dizengoff Prize; 1973 Israel Prize. 1912 Came to this country to study at Bezalel, Jerusalem, but left after a year for Paris. Was in Rumania during First World War. 1920-22 Went to U.S.A. for his exhibition in New York arranged by Alfred Steiglitz. 1923 Participated in the “David’s Tower Exhibition” and “Ohel”. Served as first Israeli Ambassador to Rumania. Died 1974.


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Rapaport Michael-לאכימ טרופפר


Michael Rapaport

Born in Alma-ata, Kazachstan, 1948

Gratuated from the Art Institue, Tashkent, 1972.

The Israeli Opera House -

Lives and works in Israel.

1972-1990 worked on projects connected with interior and exterior space design for architectural constructions. Participated in exhibitions both inside and outside the USSR.

1990 immigrated to Israel.


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Rosen Roee-האור ןזור

Roee Rosen

1963 Born in Rehovot, Israel

Studied Philosophy and Comparative Literature, Tel Aviv University 1989 BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York 1991 MFA, Hunter College, New York 1997 Winner of the Ministry of Education and Culture Prize for the Encouragement of Artists in the Fields of Plastic Arts and Design Since 1992 Writes regularly for Studio Art Magazine Since 1995 Teaches at Beit Berl College School of Art and Camera Obscura School of Art


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Ra'anan Yoram-םרוי ןנער

Yoram Ra'anan 1975 Graduated from the Philadelphia College of Art (University of the Arts) 1976 - 1978 Independent Study in Europe and Near East 1978 Settled in Israel Living and working in Eretz Yisrael, the Land of Israel, allows me constantly to touch and breathe holiness while at the same time to immerse myself in the intense, mundane and thriving dynamics of an historic people emerging in the modern world. These ancient hills and stones, with heaven so close and the pulsating vibrancy of a people so connected to the land, engender a rebirth of the miracles of life each day.


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Rabbi Karro-וראק יבר

Rabbi Karro was born in Russia, raised and educated in the old city of Jerusalem. . Karro received knowledge and techniques of art from his father at the early ages and continued his studies at Betzalel Art Institute and with private masters of fine art. In 1979 he completed his studies at Yeshiva College and graduated as a Rabbi and Scribe. . Exclusive distributions and publications are on display at Museums, Galleries, International Private Collectors and fine art shows throughout the United States of America and Canada, South America, Israel and Europe. . Karro's artwork is often featured in newspapers, magazines, calendars and greeting cards.

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Reisman Donna-הנוד ןמסייר

Donna Reisman Technical Capabilities Medical & Scientific Illustration Furniture & Decorative Design Animal Studies Portraiture Decorative/ Fine Art Printmaking Sculpture/Sculptured Art Calligraphy Murals Fashion Illustration Collage Caricature Education Printmaking: Merle Spandorfer Master Program in Medical/Scientific courses, Deans List, University of the Arts: Jerry Greenfield, Chair Sculpture and Painting: Leon Sitarchuk Painting: Deborah Curtiss, Jane Piper, Itzak Sankowski, Phoebe Shih, Ben Soloway B.F.A., University of the Arts University of Miami Full Board of Education Art Scholarship Sculpture: Arlene Love


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Rita Alima-המילא הטיר

Rita Alima During the 1950s, Alima studied at the Avni Art Institute. In the early 1960s, reflecting her absorption of the abstractionist trend she had encountered during a sojourn in Paris, Alima's paintings formed dynamic contextures of pure color. In their juxtaposition of brightly colored patches and gestural strokes of the brush, her works call to mind the spontaneity of European Tachisme as well as the "calligraphic" aspect of Abstract Expressionism. Toward the end of the 1960s her chromatic range became more limited, and the impulsive smearing of color gave way to a carefully planned composition and a strict definition of color planes. In the 1970s Alima created lithographs, etchings and, in particular, screenprints. The serigraphy technique enabled her to construct minimalistically conceived, clearly delineated planes of color, sometimes enhanced by loosely brushed touches of color effecting a contrast between this planar precision and a free line. Alima admits to always maintaining "a narrative element... giving hints of above and below." Blue is the favored color of her later prints; even her engravings in black and white are frequently surrounded by a blue frame. She claims that blue is particularly suited for this function "because it is affected by other colors without affecting them in turn." Composition No. 162 is a symphony ot counterpoised forms and colors: a circle and an arc as against a rectangle, a triangle, and a square, and warm yellow and red as against cool blue and green.


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Rita Balmina-הנימלב הטיר

Rita Balmina was born in 1956 in Odessa, USSR. Was educated as a professional designer. Repatriated to Israel in 1990. Member of Israeli Artists Union (1991). Member of Israeli Writers Union (1994). PEN-Club Member (1998).


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Rubin Zahara-הרהז ןיבור

zahara rubin Sculptress, born in kibbutz Bet-Zera, Israel. Zahara, a member of the Israeli Painters and Sculptors Organization. 1972 - First Prize of ministry of Education and Culture. 1976 - Sculpture Prize of Havazelet Fund, HaKibbutz HaArzi. 1977 - Sculpture Prize of Jordan Valley Municipality. Rubin's bronze sculptures are made by the lost wax process. She also works in wood and marble. Her sculptures are owned by art collectors as well as by private and public institutions, and are permanently presented in galleries, hotels and public gardens in Israel and world wide. All the sculptures are in limited edition. The artist's sculptures deal with motherhood, womanhood, family, animals & birds and abstract compositions.


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Ruth Salinger-רגנילס תור

Ruth Salinger Born in Tel-Aviv, lived many years in Zimbabwe southern Africa and later for a short while in New-York. A graduate of the University of South Africa (Unisa). Techniques: Oil and Acrylic. Style: figurative to abstract. Solo Exhibitions: Chayat Gallery, Tel-Aviv 1994 Israel Association of Painters and Sculptors, Tel-Aviv 1996 Tiroche Gallery, Jaffa 1997 Amalia Arbel Gallery, Tel-Aviv 1998 "Yadaim" Gallery, Jerusalem Group Exhibitions: 1997 Beit Rishonim, Givataim 1998 Ha-Tanah 1998 Ha-Negev 1999 Ahava Participated in numerous group exhibitions in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Member of: Israel Association of Painters and Sculptors. Association of Painters and Sculptors, Givataim. Israel Miniature Art Society.


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Ruth Shany -ינש תור

Ruth Shany was born in Germany and in 1939 emigrated with her parents to Shanghai, China, where she lived for 10 years. During this period she studied Chinese painting on silk under the Japanese art professor Taishi Nishio. In 1949 she arrived in Israel. She went to Costa Rica and Nicaragua with her husband, where he served as Israeli ambassador. Only in the years 1972 - 78, during her stay in Geneva and Paris, did she finally settle down on full-time painting. She participated in many group exhibitions and was invited to show her work at numerous one-woman shows in Israel, Germany, U.S.A. and Costa Rica. Since her return from Europe in 1978, she spends her summers in Safed, where she exhibits her work in her own gallery. Ruth Shany is a member of the association of Painters and Sculptors in Israel and member of the Artists' Colony in Safed. From the Press: "Her works are a combination of the famous Chinese delicacy and her own European culture." - North China Daily News, 1948. "The influence of Asiatic silk painting can still be perceived, but in a much more refined and subtle form, inviting the visitors to take a closer look ... her works are simply appealingly beautiful; in them, nature's fascination comes alive." - Rheinische Post, Germany, 1989.


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