Reuven Rubin is one of the most celebrated artists in the history of Israeli art. He is viewed by many, here and abroad, as the definitive Israeli artist, whose works - especially from the 1920s and 1930s - succeeded in capturing the spirit of the Land of Israel, shaping it into a formidable artistic vision. Yet Rubin's early works, produced between 1914 and 1923, mostly in his native Romania, have so far been largely ignored. During this period he produced works in a Symbolist-Expressionist idiom, patently different from those made after his immigration to Palestine. These works - some of which are now shown to the public for the first time - reveal the complex and fascinating world of Rubin's early years.
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