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Uri Lifshitz

Uri Lifshitz (1936 -2011)  was an Israeli painter and sculptor. He was born and raised in Kibbutz Givat Ha’shlusha. Lifshitz was one of the founders of the "10+" group in the 1960's, which brought together artists whose work was considered innovative and groundbreaking for its time. Lifshitz's works are characterized by postmodern semi-abstract paintings with bold and passionate brush strokes. Lifshitz has won numerous awards, including the "Marc Chagall" Award (1966) and the Dizengoff Prize (1982).

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