Reuven Rubin

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RUBIN Reuven Bouquet Of Calla Lilies

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Isaac Zelicovici

 

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Reuven Rubin - Field Flowers

Reuven Rubin - Field Flowers

Original 1952
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Lot number: 28
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Description: Reuven Rubin 1893-1974 (Israeli) Field flowers, 1952 oil on canvas h:61 w:46 cm. signed lower right, signed and inscribed 'made in Israel' on the stretcher Exhibited: XXVI Exposition Biennale Internationale des Beaux-Arts, Venice, Italy, 1952 (label on the reverse). 7 Painters of Israel, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1953, no. 58.
Reuven Rubin - Strawberries And Fruit Bowl

Reuven Rubin - Strawberries And Fruit Bowl

Original 1956
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Lot number: 11
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Reuven Rubin 1893 - 1974 STRAWBERRIES AND FRUIT BOWL signed Rubin, signed in Hebrew (upper right); signed Rubin, signed in Hebrew, titled and inscribed MADE IN ISRAEL (on the stretcher) oil on canvas 15 by 17 7/8 in. 38 by 45.5 cm Painted circa 1944-56. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Authentication This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Carmela Rubin, Rubin Museum Foundation. Provenance Private collection (possibly acquired directly from the artist) Acquired from the above
Reuven Rubin - Landscape In Galilee

Reuven Rubin - Landscape In Galilee

Original 1930
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Lot number: 102
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Reuven Rubin (Israeli, 1893-1974) Landscape in Galilee, 1930 Watercolor and pencil on paper (framed) Signed 13 3/8" x 20 3/8" (sight) Provenance: Christie's, New York Private Collection, New Jersey Note: Accompanied by photograph of the painting signed by Ester Rubin, 1982 Condition Report: The work of art is in good condition. Signed lower left recto. A 2" x 1/2" t-shaped tear upper edge, a 1/4" area of paper loss upper edge and left edge. Not examined out of the frame.
Reuven Rubin - Bouquet Of Calla Lilies

Reuven Rubin - Bouquet Of Calla Lilies

Original 1937
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Lot number: 441
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Reuven Rubin (1893-1974) Bouquet of Calla Lilies signed 'Rubin' and signed again in Hebrew (lower left) oil on canvas 32 1/8 x 23 5/8 in. (81.6 x 60 cm.) Painted in 1937 Anon. sale, Sotheby's, New York, 8 October 1986, lot 260. Stern Gallery, Tel Aviv (acquired at the above sale). Anon. (acquired from the above, 1987); sale, Christie’’’’s, New York, 4 November 2009, lot 337. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN COLLECTION The Tel Aviv Museum, Rubin, Retrospective Exhibition, Forty Years of Painting in Israel, Spring 1955, no. 66 (titled Flowers).
Reuven Rubin - A Day At The Beach

Reuven Rubin - A Day At The Beach

Original 1921
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Lot number: 18
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Reuven Rubin Israeli, 1893-1974 A Day at the Beach , 1921 Signed Rubin and dated 1921 (ll) Oil on canvas 29 5/8 x 25 7/8 inches (75.3 x 65.7 cm) Provenance: Collection of Mr. Martin Steinberg, Brooklyn, NY American Jewish Congress, New York, gift from the above circa 1969 Alan Rich Galleries, New York Private collection, New York, acquired from the above Exhibited: New York, Anderson Gallery, 1921, as The Beach at Edgemere (possibly) We kindly thank Carmela Rubin of the Rubin Museum for confirming the authenticity of this painting. One of two works by Reuven Rubin in the sale, this wonderfully rendered depiction of bagel peddlers on the beach in the Rockaways is a very rare early work by the artist. Born Reuven Zelicovici in eastern Romania, Rubin spent his childhood in and around the region of Bukovina, where he was exposed to 15th and 16th century art in the local monastaries, as well as the frescoes which adorned the exteriors of many of the churches in the region. Following his studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, and in Paris at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and the Academie Colarossi, Rubin came to NY with friend and fellow artist Arthur Kolnik. He spent much of his time here with friends in the Rockaways, where this work was most certainly painted. It was here, in New York, that the two artists met Alfred Stieglitz. So taken with Rubin's work, Stieglitz helped orchestrate his first exhibition in the United States along with Kolnik at the Anderson Gallery. A painting titled "The Beach at Edgemere" was among the works exhibited at that exhibition, and it is thought that this is that painting. Through Stieglitz came the introduction to the work and artists of the avant garde in New York, a pivotal moment in the evolution of the artist's work. As with any artist, Rubin's paintings are born from the world he knew. In the gestural brushwork of "A Day at the Beach" we see the Expressionists; in the traces of the ground showing through the figures we see the decay of the frescoes from the churches of his homeland; and in the modeling of the figures we see the influence of the work of the Swiss Symbolist artist, Ferdinand Hodler, who was much revered by Rubin. Wax lined. Frame rubbing. Tears, losses and cracking along the tacking edge and cracking along the canvas edge where it folds over the stretcher (no losses in the image). 1 1/4 x 3/4 inch area of paint separation in the leg of the man at front center right (some retouching.) Has been cleaned recently. 1cm spot of inpainting over paint flake in lower right corner area. Scattered small spots of inpainting, mainly along the lower right and center of painting.
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