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Chaim Goldberg (1917 - 2004)
[Sukkot]
USA, 1969. Very Good. , Religious Judaica; Signed in pencil on the lower right. Numbered LV/CLXXV.Chaim Goldberg (March 20, 1917 - June 26, 2004) was a Polish-Jewish artist, painter, sculptor, and engraver. He is known for being a chronicler of Jewish life in the small Polish village (or Shtetl) where he was born, Kazimierz Dolny in eastern Poland; and as a painter of Holocaust era art, which to the artist was seen as an obligation and art with a sense of profound mission.Following World War II he emigrated to Israel and in 1967 to the United States, (he and his family became US citizens in 1973). He died in Boca Raton, FL in 2004.Religious Judaica; Image Size : 305x475 (mm), 12.01x18.70 (Inches)Religious Judaica; Platemark Size : Religious Judaica; Paper Size : 369x589 (mm), 14.53x23.19 (Inches)Religious Judaica; Printed in ColorReligious Judaica; Lithograph
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