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Yaacov Eisenscher

July 4, 2010

Bukovina, Romania, 1896 – Jerusalem, Israel, 1980

Yaacov Eisenscher consistently worked in a geometric and colorful style, infusing his images of Jerusalem with the influences of Eastern and Western European culture. Eisenscher left Romania to live in Paris for five years and then studied art at the Academy of Arts in Vienna before he immigrated to Israel in 1935. He taught at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design for 15 years.

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