Judith Yellin Ginat
Yehudit Yellin Giat (1932-2002) was born in Jerusalem. Her mother was the cellist Thelma Yellin. In 1951, she married the historian Yochanan Ginat. She lived and worked in Jerusalem, her early works were done using collage techniques combined with watercolor, and in 1968 she began to work in print techniques. Among her main themes were figures, ethnographic costumes and landscapes.