David (Dedi) Ben Shaul
David Ben-Shaul was born in Jerusalem in 1932. Between 1949 and 1947 he lived in Kfar Giladi and then Ein Gev. Between the years 1959-1962 he lived in Europe, mainly in France and Italy, but also in Holland, England and Spain.
In the 1960s and 1970s, after studying art in Paris, he participated in avant-garde artistic activities, such as that of the "Ten+" group. In addition to his avant-garde activity, Ben-Shaul created wine jugs and ceramic bulls, whose style is influenced by the Canaanite art. In the 1970s, Ben-Shaul was a partner in the Mishkof group, In the eighties he moved to a more traditional, expressive and post-Impressionist style, mainly portraits, still life and landscapes.