Mordecai Ardon

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Mordecai Ardon (1896-1992) was an Israeli painter. He is also known as Mordechai Ardon. "Mordecai Ardon is considered by many to be Israel's greatest painter. [1]

...although he tried, he could not always overcome his urge to create an artistic expression of his horror of war and injustice. This urge culminated in the eight monumental triptychs which he created between 1955 and 1988, the last "Hiroshima" was created when he was 92 years old. This anti-war and anti-violence outcry is also found in other paintings, such as Khirbet Khize and Fatal Eclipse. Ibidem

Ardon created modern, semiabstract paintings that are deeply moving. [2]

Petit Gallery

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