Navon, Zeev Naissance - mort : 1900-1981 Nationalité : Israeli
Painter of figures, portraits and landscapes.
Nechin, Robert Naissance - mort : 20th-21st Century Nationalité : Israeli
Neiger, Lior Naissance - mort : 1972- Nationalité : Israeli
Neiger studied at the Bezalel Academy and then produced views of Jerusalem. She included signs, symbols and abstracts concepts in her works.
Neiger-Fleischmann, Miriam Naissance - mort : 1948- Nationalité : Slovak then Israeli
Miriam Neiger came to Israel with her family in 1949 and studied painting at the Bezalel Academy between 1977 and 1981 before working in Jerusalem. Some of her works are exhibited in the permanent collections of the Israel Museum, the Haifa Museum and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.
Neiman, Yehuda Naissance - mort : 1931- Nationalité : Polish then Israeli
Born in Warsaw Neiman immigrated in Israel at a young age. He studied painting in Tel Aviv and worked in a kibbutz during three years before travelling around the world as a seaman. He settled in Paris in 1954 and studied at the School of Decorative Arts before taking part in several exhibitions. He first worked as an abstract painter and evolved towards “Mec'art” in producing photographic portraits and details of female nudes reconstructed on a canvas via collages during the 1960s and 1970s. Neiman notably took part in an exhibition titled “From Bonnard to Baselitz” in 1992 in Paris.
Nesati, Avraham Naissance - mort : Active during the 2nd half of the 20th Century Nationalité : Israeli
Painter. Nesati notably taught at the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv.
Neuman, Shoshana Naissance - mort : Active during the 2nd half of the 20th Century Nationalité : Rumanian then Israeli
Painter. She immigrated to Israel in 1950.
Neumann, Anna or Anni Naissance - mort : 1906-1955 Nationalité : German then Israeli
Anna Neumann studied at the Raymond Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin and exhibited her works there until 1930. She then immigrated to Palestine, where she notably worked for the “Hadar” periodical and produced anti-Nazi posters. A retrospective exhibition of her works took place at the Tel Aviv Museum after her death.
Neumann, Karol Naissance - mort : 19th Century Nationalité : Polish
Neumann depicted a Jew saying prayers in one of his paintings.
Neustein, Joshua Naissance - mort : 1940- Nationalité : Polish then Israeli
After studying at the Art Students' League from 1959 to 1961 and at the Pratt Institute in New York until 1963, Neustein immigrated to Israel in 1964. He then studied with Arieh Aroch and Zwi Mairovich and exhibited his abstract works and installations in many countries, notably in the U.S and in Israel. As a child he wandered in Siberia and in Uzbekistan and returned to Poland before living for a while in Austria. In 1951, Neustein then reached New York, where he studied in a Yeshiva starting art studies as well and settling down in that city for good in 1979. One of his works, “Weimar Series II” painted in 1981, is on display at the Jewish Museum in New York while others are being shown at the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem museums.
Newman, Elias Naissance - mort : 1903-? Nationalité : Polish
Born in Poland, Newman started to paint at ten before settling with his family in New York, where he attended the National Academy of Drawing. He left the U.S to join his older brother in Jerusalem in 1925 and participated in the Migdal David Exhibition and the Ohel Exhibition in Tel Aviv and had a one-man show in 1926 in Jerusalem. Through his brother's bookshop and art gallery, he met with many Jewish artists living in Palestine. Newman, who painted street scenes in Jerusalem and landscapes of the countryside with Oriental motifs, returned in 1928 to New York, where he also exhibited his works. In 1939, he wrote an essay for the catalogue of the Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair and had a one-man show at the Museum of Art in Baltimore in 1941. His works were shown at the Jewish Museum in 1949 and frequently in Israel.
Newman, Itamar Naissance - mort : 1954- Nationalité : Israeli
A self-taught artist, he designed covers of records and worked as a film-maker. His film “Tel Aviv Stories” won him an Israeli Oscar for artistic direction. He also illustrated many books.
Niederland, A. Naissance - mort : Active during the first quarter of the 20th Century Nationalité : German
This artist produced a micrograph work with Hebrew letters representing Kaiser Wilhelm II. He later became a rabbi.
Nieszawer, Celine Naissance - mort : 1965- Nationalité : French
Photographer. Nieszawer notably offered one of her prints for an auction sale held in Paris on November 28th 2002 in favour of the Appel Unifie Juif de France organisation.
Nikel, Lea Naissance - mort : 1918- Nationalité : Russian then Israeli
Born in Russia, Nikel was brought to Palestine in 1920. She lived and worked in Paris between 1950 and 1961 and was drawn toward the Dutch COBrA artists and Parisian painters using blobs of colours in their works as well as to abstract expressionist art. She then moved to New York and to Rome before returning to Israel in the early 1970s.
Ninio, Absalon Moshe Naissance - mort : Active from the last quarter of the 20th Century Nationalité : Israeli
Painter and photographer. Ninio notably offered one of his prints for an auction sale held in Paris on November 28th, 2002, in favour of the Appel Unifie Juif de France organisation.
Nir, Hannah Naissance - mort : 20th -21st Century Nationalité : Israeli
Nissembaum, Samuel Naissance - mort : 20th Century Nationalité : Polish
Nissembaum painted some Judaic scenes.
Nissim, Mario Naissance - mort : Active from around 1965 Nationalité : French ?
Figurative painter. He notably offered a painting titled “The Prayer,1971” for an auction sale held in Paris on November 28th 2002 in favour of the Appel Unifie Juif de France organisation.
Nordau, Maxa Naissance - mort : 1897-1991 Nationalité : French
Maxa was the daughter of Max Nordau, a German physician who had actively campaigned with Theodor Herzl for the setting up of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. She studied painting under Lopez Mezquita and Jules Adler and went on to live in Spain with her father during the First World War. She exhibited her works in France during the 1920s and participated in the decoration of the pavilion of Palestine at the 1937 International Exhibition in Paris. She sought refuge in the U.S during World War Two and showed her works, chiefly still lifes, figures, views and nudes, in various exhibitions in New York. Back in Paris in 1946 she continued to work as a painter and exhibited several times in Israel during the 1950s and 1960s.