Baruch Nachshon


In his works, Nachshon, born in Haifa 1939, translates the stories of the Bible and the midrashim of the Sages into the visual language of realistic-naive painting, from visions of nature to the visions of the prophets, influenced by Persian and Indian art as well as the study of the Holy Scriptures.
Nachshon strives to create full harmony, in colors and shapes, and uses many Jewish images such as the Temple, the seven-branched menorah, candles, pomegranates and shofars. Nachshon says: "Before I start and after I finish, I thank God, who planted in me the talent, the inspiration and the ability."

© 2018 by the Engel Gallery.

13 Shlomzion Hamalka st. Jerusalem
100 Ben Yehuda st. Tel-Aviv

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