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            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Night Orchard, oil on canvas, 30"H x 43"W
              Mar. 30, 2024

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Night Orchard, oil on canvas, 30"H x 43"W

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Night Orchard oil on canvas Signed lower right. New York Gallery label verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

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            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Prophet II, oil on canvas, 29 1/2"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 37 1/2"H x 21 1/2"W (frame)
              Mar. 30, 2024

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Prophet II, oil on canvas, 29 1/2"H x 13 1/2"W (sight), 37 1/2"H x 21 1/2"W (frame)

              Est: $500 - $700

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Prophet II oil on canvas Signed lower left. Exhibited: Korvette Art Gallery, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

              Ripley Auctions
            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Night Orchard, oil on canvas, 30"H x 43"W
              Feb. 10, 2024

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Night Orchard, oil on canvas, 30"H x 43"W

              Est: $2,500 - $3,500

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Night Orchard oil on canvas Signed lower right. New York Gallery label verso. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

              Ripley Auctions
            • BEN ZION PRINT
              Feb. 09, 2024

              BEN ZION PRINT

              Est: $75 - $150

              BEN SION FRAMED PRINT, APPROXIMATELY 18 IN X 25 IN OVERALL

              Dennis Auction Service
            • JUDAICA HAND PAINTED ARTWORK ON STONE BY BEN ZION
              Jan. 13, 2024

              JUDAICA HAND PAINTED ARTWORK ON STONE BY BEN ZION

              Est: $100 - $150

              Ben Zion, Russian, Ukrainian, American, 1897 to 1987, hand painted artwork on a stone depicting a Judaica portrait of an ancient, 1959. Signed and dated, on the backside. Presented in a wooden shadow box. Ben Zion, also known as Ben Zion Weinman, 1897 to 1987, was a Russian born American painter, printmaker, sculptor, educator, and poet. He was a member of The Ten group of expressionist artists, a group of young artists, including Joseph Solman, who strived to create something new in art in the 1940s. One of a kind artwork.

              Antique Arena Inc
            • BEN-ZION WEINMAN, STILL LIFE WITH PIPE AND CIGARETTE, MIXED MEDIA, INK, COLORED PENCIL ON BOARD
              Nov. 24, 2023

              BEN-ZION WEINMAN, STILL LIFE WITH PIPE AND CIGARETTE, MIXED MEDIA, INK, COLORED PENCIL ON BOARD

              Est: $1,300 - $1,500

              Artist: Ben-Zion Weinman, Ukrainian/American (1897 - 1987) Title: Still Life with Pipe and Cigarette Year: 1938 Medium: Mixed Media, Ink, Colored Pencil on Board, Signed l.r. Size: 7 x 9 in. (17.78 x 22.86 cm) Frame Size: 13.5 x 15.25 inches

              RoGallery
            • Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Still Life of Fruit and Forest Landscape, Two Watercolor and Gouache on Paper, eached Signed in Ink l.r., Frame: 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 in. (27.3 x 19.7 cm.)
              Nov. 14, 2023

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Still Life of Fruit and Forest Landscape, Two Watercolor and Gouache on Paper, eached Signed in Ink l.r., Frame: 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 in. (27.3 x 19.7 cm.)

              Est: $80 - $150

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Still Life of Fruit and Forest Landscape, Two Watercolor and Gouache on Paper, eached Signed in Ink l.r.,

              Weschler's
            • BEN ZION STERLING SILVER FIDDLER & DANCER FIGURES
              Nov. 11, 2023

              BEN ZION STERLING SILVER FIDDLER & DANCER FIGURES

              Est: $60 - $80

              Ben Zion Israel sterling silver fiddler and dancer figures on rock base. Each marked 925. Holds plaque to front of base. Measures 4 3/4" x 4 1/4" x 1 1/2".

              Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
            • Benzion Ben-Zion Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet
              Oct. 17, 2023

              Benzion Ben-Zion Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet

              Est: $500 - $600

              Benzion Ben-Zion Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet DESCRIPTION etching size: 20 x 16 in. frame: 27 x 21 in. Signed, ÔBen Zion' (in graphite, lower right, and in plate). Artist proof from an edition of 65. Circa 1955, from the portfolio "Prophets".

              Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897-1987), The Book of Ruth, Job, Song of Songs, 18 etchings, 22"H x 18"W
              Oct. 07, 2023

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897-1987), The Book of Ruth, Job, Song of Songs, 18 etchings, 22"H x 18"W

              Est: $300 - $400

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897-1987) The Book of Ruth, Job, Song of Songs 18 etchings signed and numbered, Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

              Ripley Auctions
            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897-1987), Prophets, 18 etchings, 22"H x 18"W
              Oct. 07, 2023

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897-1987), Prophets, 18 etchings, 22"H x 18"W

              Est: $300 - $400

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897-1987) Prophets 18 etchings Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

              Ripley Auctions
            • PORTRAIT INK AND WATERCOLOR PAINTING BY BEN ZION
              Oct. 07, 2023

              PORTRAIT INK AND WATERCOLOR PAINTING BY BEN ZION

              Est: $100 - $150

              Ink and watercolor on paper painting by Ben-Zion Weinman, 1897 to 1987, a US-based Jewish artist born in Ukraine. The artwork depicts a portrait of a bearded Jewish man. Signed by the artist in the bottom middle. White mat, golden frame. Collectible Mid Century Modernist Graphic Art, Judaica.

              Antique Arena Inc
            • Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH
              Oct. 06, 2023

              Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Ben-ZION (1897 Ukraine - 1987 US) ; Boy with a mechanical toy ; mid 20th century ; oil on wood panel / framed ; dimensions 56 x 33 cm (22 x 13 in.) ; signed lower right corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $160 , National post with tracking service $80 / Shipping to EU, Russia, Middle Assia - DHL $100 , National post with tracking service $40

              Art-Torg
            • Ben-Zion, Ukrain (1897-1987) Lot of 4 Ben-Zion, Ukrain (1897-1987) Lot of 4 Original Watercolors / Drawings
              Aug. 13, 2023

              Ben-Zion, Ukrain (1897-1987) Lot of 4 Ben-Zion, Ukrain (1897-1987) Lot of 4 Original Watercolors / Drawings

              Est: $150 - $200

              Ben-Zion, Ukrain (1897-1987) Lot of 4 Drawings & Watercolors. All Signed. 1 is Dated 1946. All in Original Frames Under Glass. They Have Not Been Examined Out of Glass. Condition: Generally Good. 1 Frame Needs Attention. Dimension: Larger- Sight-8" x 4". Frame- 16" x 14". Provenance: From a Private Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

              World Auction Gallery
            • Ben-Zion Ukrainian (1897-1987) Painting
              Jul. 16, 2023

              Ben-Zion Ukrainian (1897-1987) Painting

              Est: $100 - $150

              Ben-Zion Ukrainian (1897-1987) Painting, Ink on Paper, Signed Lower Left, Beautifully Framed Under Glass, Has not Been Examined out of Frame. Condition: Generally Very Good, Minor Foxing to the edges. Dimensions: Sight; 9.25' x 6.75", Frame: 24.75" x 19.75". Provenance: From a New York City Home of a University Professor. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

              World Auction Gallery
            • Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Ruth & Boaz, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r., Artist Proof l.l. and titled l.c., Frame: 22 1/4 x 25 1/4 in. (56.5 x 64.1 cm.)
              Jul. 11, 2023

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Ruth & Boaz, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r., Artist Proof l.l. and titled l.c., Frame: 22 1/4 x 25 1/4 in. (56.5 x 64.1 cm.)

              Est: $200 - $400

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Ruth & Boaz, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r., Artist Proof l.l. and titled l.c.,

              Weschler's
            • Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Abraham and His Son, Etching, Signed l.r., Artists Proof l.l. and Inscribed l.c., Frame: 26 1/2 x 20 3/4 in. (67.3 x 52.7 cm.)
              Jul. 11, 2023

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Abraham and His Son, Etching, Signed l.r., Artists Proof l.l. and Inscribed l.c., Frame: 26 1/2 x 20 3/4 in. (67.3 x 52.7 cm.)

              Est: $100 - $200

              Ben-Zion (American 1897–1987), Abraham and His Son, Etching, Signed l.r., Artists Proof l.l. and Inscribed l.c.,

              Weschler's
            • BEN ZION JUDAIC SILVER CENSER
              Jun. 04, 2023

              BEN ZION JUDAIC SILVER CENSER

              Est: $400 - $600

              Unusual handled sterling silver censer with fancy embossed designs, chimney and gilt swing door signed Noah - Ben Zion 925 Israel. 6 in tall x 4 wide. 15.95 ozt.

              Americana Auctions
            • Ben-Zion (1897-1987): Flower Piece with Black Vase
              May. 25, 2023

              Ben-Zion (1897-1987): Flower Piece with Black Vase

              Est: $400 - $600

              Oil on board, signed 'Ben-Zion ' lower right, with the artist 's label and label from Duveen-Graham, NY. 16 x 7 3/4 in., unframed.

              Stair
            • Ben Zion Israel Sterling Silver Fiddler
              Apr. 13, 2023

              Ben Zion Israel Sterling Silver Fiddler

              Est: $10 - $1,000

              Signed 925. Marked Ben Zion Israel On Base. Total Height: 9".

              Berner's Auction Gallery
            • Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet
              Mar. 07, 2023

              Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet

              Est: $500 - $600

              Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet DESCRIPTION etching size: 20 x 16 in. frame: 27 x 21 in. Signed, ÔBen Zion' (in graphite, lower right, and in plate). Artist proof from an edition of 65. Circa 1955, from the portfolio "Prophets".

              Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
            • BEN ZION STERLING SILVER MEZUZA
              Mar. 01, 2023

              BEN ZION STERLING SILVER MEZUZA

              Est: $250 - $350

              Property from a Private Collection, Palm Beach Florida Description: Ben Zion Sterling Silver Mezuza, of cylindrical form mounted to a flat base, decorated with Hebrew and floral and geometric motifs, surmounted by a gilded crown, marked 'Noam, Ben Zion, Jerusalem, Ben-Zion Israel, Sterling, 925.' on reverse. With prayer scroll. 14.755 troy ounces overall. Measurements: Height: 13 1/4 in. x Width: 2 in. x Depth: 1 1/2 in. Condition: Good condition, light wear and tarnishing. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'as is', and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

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            • BEN-ZION (1897-1987) Still Life with Red Tray.
              Feb. 16, 2023

              BEN-ZION (1897-1987) Still Life with Red Tray.

              Est: $2,500 - $3,500

              BEN-ZION (1897-1987) Still Life with Red Tray. Oil on canvas, 1946. Signed, Ben-Zion, lower right. 508x610 mm; 20x24 inches. Exhibited: Bertha Schaefer Gallery, 1947; The Jewish Museum, Ben-Zion 1933-1959: A Retrospect, 1959; Tweed Gallery of the University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1953; This painting was included in the Dayton Art Institute's lending program, No. 7C. One benefit of the New Deal's artist's work programs that is often not emphasized is the comradery created in such a setting. The group shows, print workshops, and large scale easel projects allowed artists to work together, socialize, and exchange ideas. The Ten was a group of progressive thinking artists that banded together to find strength in numbers so that they could express themselves freely through their art work and exhibit their works on their own terms. Ben-Zion, Ilya Bolotowsky, Adolph Gottlieb, Louis harris, Yankel Kufeld, Mark Rothko, Louis Schanker, Joseph Solman, and Nahum Tschacbasov were the original members of this important American artist's collective. After Kufeld and Tschacbasov dropped out of the group Earl Kerkam and Ralph Rosenborg joined.

              Swann Auction Galleries
            • Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)
              Jan. 18, 2023

              Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)

              Est: -

              Moses holding the Tablets, Gouache and ink on paper (attached to cardboard), 24 x 15 cm, Signed

              Yair Art Gallery
            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), untitled face of a man, painted drift wood, 16 1/2"H x 5"W x 1 1/2"D
              Dec. 17, 2022

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), untitled face of a man, painted drift wood, 16 1/2"H x 5"W x 1 1/2"D

              Est: $300 - $500

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) untitled face of a man painted drift wood signed lower right. Biography from the Mercury Gallery: Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

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            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Robed Man, watercolor on paper, 14 1/4" x 10 1/2" (sight), 20" x 16" (mat)
              Dec. 17, 2022

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Robed Man, watercolor on paper, 14 1/4" x 10 1/2" (sight), 20" x 16" (mat)

              Est: $200 - $300

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Robed Man watercolor on paper signed lower right. EX Bertha Schaeffer Gallery, NYC Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

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            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Orchard, gouache on paper, 24" x 19"
              Dec. 17, 2022

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Orchard, gouache on paper, 24" x 19"

              Est: $300 - $500

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Orchard gouache on paper signed lower right. EX Bertha Schaeffer Gallery, NYC This painting has a 1 1/2" inch tear with upper right corner unattached and taped. There is also a faint crease in the bottom left corner. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

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            • FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH
              Dec. 15, 2022

              FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH

              Est: $350 - $2,000

              BEN ZION ( Benzion Weizmann ) 1897-1987 was born in the Ukraine , immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. He joined the group THE TEN , a group of young artists including Joseph Solman , who strive to create something new in art in the 1940's . BEN ZION taught painting at Cooper Union and Ball State Universities. His work is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art, and The Newark MUSEUM among many others...THE BEGGAR ...signed , ink on paper ...the art measures about 11 by 15 inches and about 20 by 25 inches as framed it also contains an extra sketch by this artists unsigned, as shown

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            • FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH
              Nov. 17, 2022

              FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              BEN ZION ( Benzion Weizmann ) 1897-1987 was born in the Ukraine , immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. He joined the group THE TEN , a group of young artists including Joseph Solman , who strive to create something new in art in the 1940's . BEN ZION taught painting at Cooper Union and Ball State Universities. His work is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art, and The Newark MUSEUM among many others...THE BEGGAR ...signed , ink on paper ...the art measures about 11 by 15 inches and about 20 by 25 inches as framed it also contains an extra sketch by this artists unsigned, as shown

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            • Benzion Weinman "BEN-ZION" (1897-1987) "Pleading Prophet" AP Lithograph
              Nov. 15, 2022

              Benzion Weinman "BEN-ZION" (1897-1987) "Pleading Prophet" AP Lithograph

              Est: $100 - $1,000

              DESCRIPTION: Benzion Weinman "BEN-ZION" (1897-1987) Artist proof engraving titled: "Pleading Prophet" pencil signed lower right: Ben Zion", titled, editioned: "A.P." mounted in a gilt wood frame. CIRCA: 20th Cent. ORIGIN: Israel DIMENSIONS: (Image) H: 19" x L: 14.5" (Framed) H: 27.5" x L: 22.5" Have a similar item to sell? Contact: [email protected]. CONDITION: Great Condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS (305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

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            • FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH
              Oct. 20, 2022

              FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              BEN ZION ( Benzion Weizmann ) 1897-1987 was born in the Ukraine , immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. He joined the group THE TEN , a group of young artists including Joseph Solman , who strive to create something new in art in the 1940's . BEN ZION taught painting at Cooper Union and Ball State Universities. His work is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art, and The Newark MUSEUM among many others...THE BEGGAR ...signed , ink on paper ...the art measures about 11 by 15 inches and about 20 by 25 inches as framed it also contains an extra sketch by this artists unsigned, as shown

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            • Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)
              Oct. 20, 2022

              Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)

              Est: -

              Moses holding the Tablets, Gouache and ink on paper (attached to cardboard), 24 x 15 cm, Signed

              Yair Art Gallery
            • Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)
              Sep. 11, 2022

              Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)

              Est: -

              Moses holding the Tablets, Gouache and ink on paper (attached to cardboard), 24 x 15 cm, Signed

              Yair Art Gallery
            • Ben-Zion, 2 Oil on Wood Panels Paintings
              Jul. 27, 2022

              Ben-Zion, 2 Oil on Wood Panels Paintings

              Est: $400 - $600

              Ben-Zion (America 1897-1987), (2) oil on wood panel paintings, approx. 12" x 6" x 8.5" x 5.75". "Job" and "Head of Rabbi". Light surface wear to each, edge/corner wear. Unsigned.

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            • Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet
              Jul. 12, 2022

              Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet

              Est: $500 - $600

              Benzion "Ben-Zion" Weinman (American, 1897-1987) - Prophet DESCRIPTION etching size: 20 x 16 in. frame: 27 x 21 in. Signed, ‘Ben Zion' (in graphite, lower right, and in plate). Artist proof from an edition of 65. Circa 1955, from the portfolio "Prophets".

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            • Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)
              Jun. 13, 2022

              Ben-Zion (Weinman) (American - Ukrainian, 1897-1987)

              Est: -

              Moses holding the Tablets, Gouache and ink on paper (attached to cardboard), 24 x 15 cm, Signed.

              Yair Art Gallery
            • Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Orchard #3, 1976, watercolor on paper, 10 1/4"H x 12"W (sight), 16 1/2"H x 18"W (mat)
              Jun. 04, 2022

              Ben Zion, New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation (1897 - 1987), Orchard #3, 1976, watercolor on paper, 10 1/4"H x 12"W (sight), 16 1/2"H x 18"W (mat)

              Est: $300 - $500

              Ben Zion New York / Ukraine, Russian Federation, (1897 - 1987) Orchard #3, 1976 watercolor on paper signed lower left, titled and dated verso EX Bertha Schaeffer Gallery, NYC Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Mercury Gallery Ben-Zion Weinman was the son of a Polish cantor and composer who raised him for the rabbinate. He became "Ben-Zion" in America after World War I because "to drag around two names is rather too difficult." His beginnings in America are sketched elsewhere in this catalogue by his wife, Lillian Ben-Zion, but in 1983 he told an interviewer from the Archives of American Art about his discovery by the historic dealer J.B. Neumann. "I see you coming here from time to time," said Neumann one Saturday afternoon. "Are you an artist, or are you buying art?" Ben-Zion said he was neither. But Neumann repeated the question several weeks later. "So I said, 'I don't know if you can call that art work,' " Ben-Zion recalled, but "I make those small, little drawings [on a writing pad]. And that's all what I have." Neumann asked how much he wanted for three of them. "I don't know," Ben-Zion replied. Neumann offered $15. "Not too much?" the artist asked. "No," said Neumann, "and you'll find out that I'm probably cheating you." Instead, the purchase launched Ben-Zion's career. In 1935, he became a founding member, with Mark Rothko, Joseph Solman, and Adolph Gottlieb, among others, of the group of American moderns, The Ten (see "The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-garde," Mercury Gallery, December 1998). Critics took note at once. A skeptical New York Sun critic said Ben-Zion painted "furiously" and called him "the farthest along" of The Ten. His The Glory of War was featured in The Ten's 1938 show, "Whitney Dissenters," staged to protest the emphasis on regionalism and social realism in the Whitney's annual exhibits. The Glory of War was "resounding" and "forceful," an Art News reviewer wrote. "Ben-Zion selects philosophical, poetic, psychological or tragic passages from the Bible," wrote New York Times art critic and Rothko biographer Dore Ashton in 1952, "and endows them with an added spiritual dimension by means of oppressive distortions and imaginative color. In [his] canvases there is an intense and very personal interpretive bias which captures the visual and emotional values of themes without literary overtones." His "Biblical pieces," Joseph Solman wrote in 1997, "are the only profound works in that genre in modern art besides. . . Chagall and the dramatic scenes of Rouault." When New York's Jewish Museum opened in 1948, it was with a Ben-Zion show. Twice more he was exhibited there, including a large 1959 retrospective. The Phillips Collection and The Museum of Modern Art acquired Ben-Zions. The prominent dealer Curt Valentin exhibited Ben-Zion and published his remarkable Biblical etchings. But when Abstract Expressionism became ascendant Ben-Zion, who viewed all art as abstract expressionism, stopped showing at galleries. He died in 1987, fed up with the art market, inspired as ever by art itself.

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            • Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH
              Jun. 03, 2022

              Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              BEN-ZION (1897-1987) ; Firewood ; 1930-40s ; oil on canvas / framed ; dimensions 34 x 28 cm (13 1/3 x 11 in.) ; frame size 40 x 34,5 cm (15 3/4 x 13 1/2 in.) ; signed lower right corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $160 , National post with tracking service $80 / Shipping to EU, Russia, Middle Assia - DHL $100 , National post with tracking service $40

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            • Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH
              Jun. 03, 2022

              Ben-ZION (1897-1987) Ukrainian - American / JEWISH

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Ben-ZION (1897 Ukraine - 1987 US) ; Boy with a mechanical toy ; mid 20th century ; oil on wood panel / framed ; dimensions 56 x 33 cm (22 x 13 in.) ; signed lower right corner ; Shipping to USA - DHL $160 , National post with tracking service $80 / Shipping to EU, Russia, Middle Assia - DHL $100 , National post with tracking service $40

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            • FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH
              Jun. 02, 2022

              FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              BEN ZION ( Benzion Weizmann ) 1897-1987 was born in the Ukraine , immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. He joined the group THE TEN , a group of young artists including Joseph Solman , who strive to create something new in art in the 1940's . BEN ZION taught painting at Cooper Union and Ball State Universities. His work is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art, and The Newark MUSEUM among many others...THE BEGGAR ...signed , ink on paper ...the art measures about 11 by 15 inches and about 20 by 25 inches as framed it also contains an extra sketch by this artists unsigned, as shown

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            • BEN ZION. THE LIFE OF A PHROPHET FOLIO. COMPLETE.
              Jun. 02, 2022

              BEN ZION. THE LIFE OF A PHROPHET FOLIO. COMPLETE.

              Est: $200 - $300

              Zion, Ben (American 1897 - 1987). The Life of a Prophet. 15 Etchings on wove paper with title page and table of contents. In original Blue cloth bound folio. Each print signed and editioned in pencil. Edition 26 of 33. Measures: 12" x 20".Condition: Some wear, overall good.

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            • BEN ZION IN SEARCH OF ONESELF FOLIO. 10/14.
              Jun. 02, 2022

              BEN ZION IN SEARCH OF ONESELF FOLIO. 10/14.

              Est: $100 - $200

              Zion, Ben (American 1897 - 1987). In Search of Oneself. 10 out of 14 prints on wove paper with title page and table of contents. In original green cloth bound folio. Each print signed and editioned in pencil. 15 3/4" x 20".Condition: Some wear, overall good.

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            • BEN ZION. RUTH AND BOAZ. ETCHING.
              Jun. 02, 2022

              BEN ZION. RUTH AND BOAZ. ETCHING.

              Est: $50 - $100

              Zion, Ben (American 1897 - 1987). Ruth and Boaz (from the song of songs portfolio, plate III). Etching on Arches wove paper. Signed, titled, and editioned, in pencil in l.r., l.c., and l.l. respectively. Artist's proof. Measures: 22" x 173/4". Condition: Very good. Mat burn. Handling creases.

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            • FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH
              Apr. 28, 2022

              FAMED ARTIST BEN ZION "BEGGER " W/ EXTRA SKETCH

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              BEN ZION ( Benzion Weizmann ) 1897-1987 was born in the Ukraine , immigrated to the U.S. in 1920. He joined the group THE TEN , a group of young artists including Joseph Solman , who strive to create something new in art in the 1940's . BEN ZION taught painting at Cooper Union and Ball State Universities. His work is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art , The Museum of Modern Art, and The Newark MUSEUM among many others...THE BEGGAR ...signed , ink on paper ...the art measures about 11 by 15 inches and about 20 by 25 inches as framed it also contains an extra sketch by this artists unsigned, as shown

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            • BEN ZION (1897-1987) WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
              Apr. 23, 2022

              BEN ZION (1897-1987) WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

              Est: $350 - $500

              Ben-Zion (1897-1987) Mid 20th Century The watercolor on paper is signed lower right and displayed in a frame made by Sidney Lawrence, co-founder of Lawrence Gallery in Kansas City, Missouri (1949 - 1984). Image measures 14.75 x 9 with a framed size of 24.5 x 18.75 inches. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

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            • Ben Zion 18 Etchings Folio Prophets
              Apr. 23, 2022

              Ben Zion 18 Etchings Folio Prophets

              Est: $400 - $800

              Ben-Zion Weinman (Ukrainian/American, 1897-1987), Prophets, 1952, 18 etching and aquatints, 17.75 x 14 inches, each pencil signed and numbered 60/65, Published by Curt Valentin Gallery and published in New York.

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            • Ben Zion Judges and Kings portfolio of 18 etchings
              Apr. 23, 2022

              Ben Zion Judges and Kings portfolio of 18 etchings

              Est: $400 - $800

              Ben-Zion Weinman (Ukrainian/American, 1897-1987), Judges and Kings Portfolio, 1964, 18 etchings, measuring 13.75 x 17.5 inches and the reverse, each pencil signed and numbered 18/65, in original portfolio with justification pages, in original cloth bound portfolio.

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            • BEN ZION STERLING SILVER JEWISH WEDDING SCULPTURE
              Mar. 13, 2022

              BEN ZION STERLING SILVER JEWISH WEDDING SCULPTURE

              Est: -

              Ben Zion 925 Sterling Jewish Wedding Sculpture. Depicts a Jewish man and woman being married by a Rabbi under a purple hoopa. All three figures are stamped 925 and mounted on black marble. Approx. Net Weight: 3lbs Keywords: Vintage, Judaica; Ref: BD1495

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