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Michael Gross
1920-2004
1920-2004
NUDE/LANDSCAPE
signed in Hebrew and dated 1960 (lower left)
oil on canvas
35 1/2 by 47 1/4 in.
90 by 120cm.
Painted in 1960.
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來源

Charles Majorkas, Israel
Joseph Hackmey, Tel Aviv
(sold: Christie's, Tel Aviv, October 12, 1995, lot 99)

展覽

Venice, XXX Biennale Internazionale d'Arte, 1960, Israel Pavilion, no. 14
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art, International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, October 1961-January 1962, no. 136
Haifa, Haifa Museum of Modern Art, Michael Gross, 1964
Ramat Gan, Museum of Israeli Art, Man has Many Images, 1988, illustrated in exhibition catalogue

出版

Mordechai Omer, Michael Gross, Tel Aviv, 1993, page 110, no. 134, illustrated in color

相關資料

Mordechai Omer refers to this painting and notes: "The first two nude paintings that Gross exhibited in Israel were hung at his first one-artist exhibition at the Haifa Musuem of Modern Art in 1964. In these two paintings - Nude/Landscape (1960) and Nude (1964) - the emphasis is on the strong affinity between the nude and the landscape it dwells in... These nude/landscape paintings, which Gross began working on while still studying in Paris, where shown beside other paintings at the Venice Biennale in 1960, and were points of departure for many works in which Gross struggled with the possiblity of integrating man into 'the pattern of his birthplace's landscape'. In this sense one can find a common denominator between these works and Ori Reisman's Woman/Mountain (the 1970s). Galia Bar-Or writes: 'Michael Gross and Ori Reisman, both of them artists born in this country, develop a sublimational conception of landscape in an endeavor to grasp an essence of the spiritual compact that is created between man and nature...'" (Mordechai Omer, Michael Gross, 1993, pp. 38-39).

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