Michael Gross

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GROSS Michael Givat Hamoreh

Montefiore /Mar 31, 2009
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Michael Gross - Untitled

Michael Gross - Untitled

Original 2001
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Lot number: 132
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Description: Michael Gross 1920-2004 (Israeli) Untitled, 2001 oil on canvas h:200 w:125 cm. signed and dated on the reverse Provenance: Collection of the artist. Thence by descent. Private collection, Israel. Exhibited: Michael Gross: Recent Works, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, February-June, 2002 (illustrated in exhibition catalogue, p.32, n.12). Other Notes: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Aviva Gross.
Michael Gross - Space And Boards

Michael Gross - Space And Boards

Original 1975
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Lot number: 88
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Provenance Sale: Sotheby's Tel Aviv, 14 April 1998, lot 48 Exhibited Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Michael Gross 1975-1977, 1977, n.n. 88 Michael Gross 1920-2004 SPACE AND BOARDS signed Michael Gross, signed in Hebrew and dated 1975-83 (on the reverse) oil on canvas with wooden board 39 3/8 by 71 1/4 in. 100 by 181 cm. Painted in 1975 and again in 1983. Estimate 20,000 - 30,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Michael Gross - Figure

Michael Gross - Figure

Original 1960
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Lot number: 136
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Michael Gross 1920-2004 (Israeli) Figure, 1960s oil and glass fibres h:45 w:35 cm signed and dated on the reverse Provenance: Gildor-Gildengoren collection Exhibited: Collecting in the eyes of an artist, The Gildor-Gilengoren Collection, Holon Municipality, 2000 Estimate $10,000-12,000
Michael Gross - Givat Hamoreh

Michael Gross - Givat Hamoreh

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Lot number: 108
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Item No. 108 Artist's Name Michael Gross 1920 - 2004 Item Name Givat HaMoreh, 1950s Technique Oil on canvas Measurements 33X44 cm Signed Signed. Signed again, dated and titled on the reverse. Value $3000 - 4000 Sold for $3570
Michael Gross - Figure Of A Woman (blue On Ochre)

Michael Gross - Figure Of A Woman (blue On Ochre)

Original 1967
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Lot number: 45
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Measurements 70 7/8 by 35 3/8 in. alternate measurements 180 by 90 cm. DESCRIPTION signed in Hebrew (lower left) oil on canvas Painted in 1967 and in 1974. LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Mordechai Omer, Michael Gross, 1993, no. 106, p. 86, illustratedin color CATALOGUE NOTE Michael Gross is celebrated for the virtuosity with which hereduces human and landscape forms to their most spirituallyessential elements. He was born in Tiberias in 1920 and studied atthe École des Beaux Arts, Paris during the fifties. In 1960, Grossrepresented Israel at the Venice Biennale and continued to exhibitthroughout the world. During his time in Paris he was captivated bythe works of Soutine, Matisse, Brancusi and Giacometti. The senseof an oppressed individual in an open space and the noble strugglefor existence, themes at the heart of Giacometti's oeuvre werehugely influential in the way that Gross portrayed his figuresconfined and defined by the landscape of Israel. This is clearlyseen in the present work as Mordechai Omer describes: ' In hisearly landscape painting during the 60's...Gross was responding tothe drama of encounters between the 'great masses' in the mostexpressive manner. The traces of the encounter were marked with thedarkest brushstrokes on the background of surfaces suffused withlight, in colors of brown, ochre and lemon yellow...The fissuresthat wound the fields are analogous in certain senses to motifsthat recur in other paintings of those years, which the diminishingpresence of the human figure in the open space: in paintings suchas...Figure of a Woman (Blue on Ochre) (1967, 1974), thehuman figure is reduced and refined until it becomes a tremblingwire that streams upward in pain.' (Mordechai Omer, Michael Gross,Tel Aviv, 1993, p.36).
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