Secretariat of Kibbutz Ein Hachoresh
Tel Aviv, Artist's House, Group of Ten, June-July 1953, no. 42
Ramat Gan, The Museum of Israeli Art, The Group of Ten 1951-1960, 1992, p. 86, no. 101, illustrated
Dr. L. Levi, Dvar Hashavua, July 9, 1953, illustrated
Moshe Propes immigrated to Israel from Poland in 1925 finally settling in Kibbutz Ein Hachoresh . He studied under Streichman and Stematsky in the Studia Art School and became part of the Group of Ten, the young opposition to the New Horizons group, who pursued a figurative, local Israeli art. In his work Propes integrated subjects from the kibbutz way of life and an exceptional painterly language which became more and more abstract and geometric and in which he portrayed his figures in closed rectangular areas with strict linear design.
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