Ori Reisman

(19241991 ) - Artworks
REISMAN Ori Landscape

Matsa /Nov 27, 2012
38,577.27 - 50,150.45
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Ori Reisman - Carob Tree Boulevard

Ori Reisman - Carob Tree Boulevard

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Lot number: 134
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Description: Ori Reisman 1924-1991 (Israeli) Carob tree boulevard, early 1980's oil on canvas h:165 w:113 cm. Provenance: Cabri collection. Dr. Asher Klanshtein. Acquired directly from the artist, 1981. Sale: Sotheby's New York, March 18, 2004, lot 57 (label on the reverse). Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. Exhibited: The Gottesman Etching Center, Kibbutz Cabri. Ori Reisman: A Retrospective, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, October 28, 2004 - January 29, 2005, (illustrated in the exhibition catalogue n. 60). Other Notes: Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Binji Raif, dated June 28, 2000.
Ori Reisman - Walls Of Jerusalem

Ori Reisman - Walls Of Jerusalem

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Lot number: 99
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Provenance Moshe Bar Yore (purchased directly from the artist in 1982) Purchased by the previous owner from the above Sale: Sotheby's Tel Aviv, October 31, 2002, Lot. 157 Acquired from the above by the present owner Exhibited Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Ori Reisman: A Retrospective, October 2004-January 2005, no. 35, illustrated in color in the exhibition catalogue Show Literature & Catalogue Notes Show Literature & Catalogue Notes Catalogue Note "Ori Reisman of Kibbutz Kabri in Western Galilee got his specialized training at the Academy of Beaux Art in Paris in the fifties. Skirting an abbreviated lyrical abstract, his colorist paintings (tending to red-green matchings) depicted landscapes and figures, fusing nature and sensuality. His intuitively 'warm' brush frequently blended hills and nudity . An unconscious kinship with the semi-abstract paintings of the American artist Milton Avery characterizes the minimalism and the tension of contrasts and balances on the broad, flat-colored surfaces. A lyrical-abstract residue from the seminars Zaritsky and his colleagues conducted in the kibbutzim in the late forties was converted by Reisman into uniform-color surfaces (as he had learned from his Parisian teacher, Jean Souverbie), which he applied to positions of man and nature. A humanized nature and a poetical relationship between man and universe are seen in landscapes of fields and in earth-sky depictions. Reisman took part in Group of Ten exhibitions in the fifties and those of Climate in the seventies; he always steered a middle course between autonomous, concise color values and an affection for the local light and landscape, suffused with sincerity and empathy." (Gideon Ofrat, One Hundred Years of Art in Israel, Canada, 1998, p. 294-295). While presenting this work to the original owner, Ori Reisman titled it "Walls of Jerusalem" explaining also that as this was a special work and in honor of Jerusalem, he decided to sign it with his full name (first and last), and not only his first name. Hide Literature & Catalogue Notes Literature & Catalogue Notes 99 PROPERTY SOLD TO BENEFIT THE TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART Ori Reisman 1924-1991 WALLS OF JERUSALEM signed in Hebrew and dated 1981 (lower right) oil on canvas 44 3/4 by 57 1/2 in. 113.7 by 146.1 cm. Painted in 1981. Estimate 70,000 - 90,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Ori Reisman - Osnat With A Doll

Ori Reisman - Osnat With A Doll

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Lot number: 94
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** Ori Reisman 1924-1991 (Israeli) Osnat with a doll, 1950's oil on canvas h:100 w:82 cm. signed lower left Provenance: Private collection, USA. Literature: Ginton, E. (ed.), Ori Reisman: A Retrospective, Exhibition catalogue,Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2004, catalogue number 16 (similar work illustrated). Estimate $ 20,000-25,000
Ori Reisman - Landscape

Ori Reisman - Landscape

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Lot number: 123
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Ori Reisman 1924-1991 (Israeli) Landscape, 1980's oil on canvas h:65 w:78 cm. signed lower right Provenance: Sale: Bonhams, May 24, 2011, lot 134 Private collection, Tel-Aviv. Exhibited: Endless Encounters: Works by Michael Gross and Ori Reisman from the Phoenix Collection, Negev Museum of Art, Beer-Sheva 2006. Estimate $ 50,000-65,000
Ori Reisman - Couple

Ori Reisman - Couple

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Lot number: 143
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Ori Reisman 1924 - 1991 Couple, Oil on canvas, 73X100 cm. Signed. Provenance: Gaby and Ami Brown collection. Literature & Exhibition: A Selection of Israeli Art from the Collection of Gaby and Ami Brown, Museum of Art, Ein Harod, October 2009 - April 2010, p. 176 (Illustrated).
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