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PART IV
Sculptors and medallists
Probably because of a reference in the Bible to Abraham destroying statues of pagan gods, Jewish artists refrained from producing sculptures representing humans until at least the 19th Century. It was only after 1880, when many Jews benefited from the emancipation process in Central and Eastern Europe that they felt inclined to turn to this form of art.Many Jewish artists worked as sculptors during the 19th and 20th Century, some of them became quite famous like Chana Orlov, Jacques Lipchitz, Elie Nadelman or Jacob Epstein among others.
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Lachman, Zvi
Birth - Death : 1950-
Nationality : Israeli
Sculptor. One of Lachman's central theme has been his own father, the motif being not only a symbol of his biological father but also of the transcendental father and all the facets surrounding such interpretation.
Ladniewska, Wanda
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Polish
Sculptor and printmaker. Born in Lwow, Ladniewska was arrested by the Gestapo during World War Two and sent to the Nazi extermination camp of Auschwitz. Ladniewska survived the Holocaust and settled in Paris in 1945. Some of her sculptures are on display in various Israeli museums.
Lancz, Pal
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Hungarian
Sculptor.
Landori, Vilmos
Birth - Death : 1872-1924
Nationality : Hungarian
Landori exhibited his sculptures, mainly nude figures in Budapest in 1911. He also worked as a painter and architect.
Lanyi, Dezso
Birth - Death : 1879-1951
Nationality : Hungarian
Lanyi studied sculpture in Paris and in Brussels and produced busts mainly.
Laury, Micha
Birth - Death : 1946-
Nationality : Israeli
This artist took part in many exhibitions in Israel, France, Australia, Sweden and The Netherlands. Like Marcel Duchamp or Joseph Beuys, Laury has used daily objects to create installations and sculptures. Laury also worked as a printmaker and notably took part in an exhibition titled “From Bonnard to Baselitz” organised in 1992 in Paris.
Lazar, Michael
Birth - Death : 20th- 21st Century
Nationality : American
Lazar has been producing Judaic-related works in steel and bronze.
Lebovici, Yonel
Birth - Death : 1937-
Nationality : French
Sculptor.
Lederer, Hugo
Birth - Death : 1871-1940
Nationality : Czech
Lederer studied the ceramic technique in Znaim, Erfurt and Dresden. From 1919 he taught sculpture at the Academy in Berlin. He notably won a competition in Hamburg for the creation of a granite 34-metre high monument to pay homage to Bismarck and also produced several other monumental pieces during his career.
Lehmann, Rudolph Rudy
Birth - Death : 1903-1977
Nationality : German then Israeli
Lehmann was born in Germany, where he acquired the skills of stone masonry, work in clay, pottery and tin making and became acquainted with the Bauhaus. He immigrated to Palestine in 1933 and co-founded the Artists' Village of Ein Hod in 1953. Lehmann was one of the foremost Israeli sculptors.
Leibovitz, Edward
Birth - Death : Active from the last third of the 20th Century
Nationality : Rumanian
Leibovitz studied painting in Israel before settling in Belgium, where he produced sculptures.
Lenk, Walter (Levy)
Birth - Death : 1873-1952
Nationality : German then South African
Sculptor. Lenk studied at the Academy in Berlin, in Paris and in Brussels under Meunier. He lived during 14 years in Vienna and then in Berlin until 1936. Lenk then settled down in South Africa.
Leon, Alan
Birth - Death : Active from the last third of the 20th Century
Nationality : American
This artist has created Mezuzot made of wood, semi-precious stones and “found objects”.
Leschnitzer, Georg
Birth - Death : 1885-1950
Nationality : German
Leschnitzer studied sculpture at the Academy in Berlin and settled in Palestine in 1936.
Levi, Ami
Birth - Death : 1954-
Nationality : French then Israeli
Sculptor. Ami Levi studied art in Ramat Hasharon before teaching in various schools.
Levi, Arturo
Birth - Death : 20th Century
Nationality : Italian then American
Arturo Levi worked in New York as a sculptor.
Levi, Max
Birth - Death : 1865-1912
Nationality : German
Max Levi studied at the Academy in Berlin and worked there as a sculptor.
Levine, Saul
Birth - Death : 1915-
Nationality : American
Sculptor.
Levinstein, Dorit
Birth - Death : 20th - 21st Century
Nationality : Israeli
Levinstein studied painting and sculpture at the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv before exhibiting her works in Israel.
Levitan, Israel Jack
Birth - Death : 1912-1982
Nationality : American
Of Polish-Russian extraction, Levitan, whose grandfather was a rabbi in Russia, left home at 13 and took odd jobs while travelling in the U.S, Canada and Mexico. At one point he settled near the Blackfoot Indian Reservation in Montana and became blood brother to a chief who gave him the name “Little Rock”. In 1934 he worked in Detroit on the Plymouth Motor assembly line and also boxed before becoming a “Golden Gloves” welterweight champion for Detroit Motors under the moniker “Jackie Myers”. Levitan began his artistic career after studying painting in 1938. After serving in the U.S Navy during the Second World War, Levitan became a qualified physiotherapist. In 1946, he studied painting under Amedee Ozenfant and also with Hans Hofmann who advised him to take up sculpture. He then went in 1950 to Paris with his wife Idee, who was also an artist, to study with Ossip Zadkine before setting up his studio on his return to New York. Levitan had six one-man shows from 1952 through 1964 and was included in over 30 group exhibitions during the same period. He then took the decision to stop showing and selling his works but did not stop sculpting during many years.
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