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b. 1913 - d. 1998

Esther Lurie was born in Liepaja, Latvia, to a religious Jewish family with five children. Her family were forced to leave during World War I because the city's importance as a military port. In 1917 they shifted to Riga, where Lurie graduated from Ezra Gymnasium (high school). She already showed artistic talent in kindergarten and began to develop professionally from the age of fifteen, studying with various teachers. From 1931-1934 she learned theatrical set design at the Institut des Arts Décoratifs in Brussels, and afterwards studied drawing at the Académie Royal des Beaux-Arts in Antwerp.

In 1934 Lurie migrated to Palestine with most of her family and worked at various artistic activities. She designed sets for the Hebrew Theatre, as well as works for the Adloyada in Tel Aviv, the Bialik exhibition and the Eastern Fair. When events limited theatrical activity in Palestine, she devoted herself to drawing - producing many portraits. Her favorite subjects were dancers and musicians. She also travelled to many kibbutzim, painting the landscapes of Palestine, and her works were exhibited in kibbutzim dining rooms. Her first exhibition took place in Kibbutz Geva in 1937. In 1938 she was accepted as a member of the Painters and Sculptors Association in Palestine. She held solo exhibitions in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. In 1938 she won the Dizengoff Prize for Drawing - the most prestigious prize - for a work entitled "The Palestine Orchestra". This was shown at the general exhibition of Palestine artists in the Tel Aviv Museum.

In 1939 she travelled to Europe to further her studies, visiting France and attending the the Académie Royal des Beaux-Arts in Antwerp. That summer she visited relatives in Latvia and Lithuania, exhibiting work at the Painters' Association Building in Riga and also at Kovno (Kaunas) in Lithuania (both in 1939). The next year she held another exhibition at Kovno's Royal Opera House on the theme of "The Ballet". Her works received great acclaim and some of them were purchased by local Jewish institutions and by the Kovno State Museum. After the Nazi occupation they were confiscated, being defined as "Jewish art".

World War II had begun while she was in Lithuania and during the Nazi occupation (1941-44) she was imprisoned in the Kovno ghetto along with the other Jews. As soon as she entered the ghetto, in mid-1941, Lurie began to sketch views of her new world. She has left behind a detailed written testimony of her life and work during World War II. This combination of literary and visual testimony make up a "living witness" (the name she would later give to one of her books). They enable us to enter deeply into her life as an artist during this period under these difficult conditions. She wrote:

Everything that was happening all around was so strange, so different from all the ideas and practices of our lives hitherto. I felt that I must report on this new existence or at least make sketches. I must depict things as I saw them. Admittedly, it was only during periods of relative calm that I could devote myself to any such activity. But in the course of time I began to regard this work of mine as a duty.[1]

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      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Dec. 20, 2023

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm, Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Nov. 18, 2023

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm, Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Oct. 20, 2022

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm, Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 11, 2022

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm, Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - LANDSCAPE AND PORTRAIT, INK ON PAPER, 1947/1964.
        Jul. 27, 2022

        ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - LANDSCAPE AND PORTRAIT, INK ON PAPER, 1947/1964.

        Est: $100 - $200

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Landscape and Portrait, Ink on Paper, 1947/1964. Landscape, signed and dated, 13x20.5cm. Portrait, signed and dated, 32x23cm.

        Pasarel
      • ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - TEL AVIV, PENCIL ON PAPER, 1972.
        Jul. 27, 2022

        ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - TEL AVIV, PENCIL ON PAPER, 1972.

        Est: $100 - $200

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Tel Aviv, Pencil on Paper, 1972. Signed and dated. 42x30cm.

        Pasarel
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Jun. 13, 2022

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm , Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        May. 14, 2022

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        View in Tel Aviv, 1961, Ink on paper, 18 x 30 cm , Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Holocaust - Esther Lurie - Scenes from the Kaunas (Kovno) Ghetto - a copy signed by the artist
        Apr. 04, 2022

        Holocaust - Esther Lurie - Scenes from the Kaunas (Kovno) Ghetto - a copy signed by the artist

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie - A Living Witness - Kovno Ghetto Scenes & Types. Dvir Publishing, Tel Aviv, 1958. A portfolio containing 24 plates with 30 watercolor drawings, documenting scenes from the Kaunas ghetto, and portraits of ghetto Jews, which Luria witnessed and painted during her stay in the ghetto (including the 1943 Aktion scene in the ghetto. See below) . Seven of the boards in color. On the title page of the textbook, Luria's signature in Hebrew. English. Esther Lurie - Award-winning painter and stage and set designer. In 1939 she went to Kaunas to visit her sister and due to the German occupation in June 1941 she was forced to stay in the Kaunas ghetto and later in the camps. While in the ghetto, Lurie stayed in various workshops. In the pottery workshop, she painted with the consent of the German director, where she asked the Jewish potters to make her some large urns in which she could store her paintings. She buried her paintings in the urns and temporarily handed them over to the Judenrat. On the day of the Aktion on October 26, 1943, when three thousand Jews were deported from the ghetto to labor camps in Estonia, she decided to hide the urns in the ground in a small warehouse near her sister's house. The warehouse stood next to a concrete wall, which ensured their preservation even if the houses caught fire. Luria wrote on the side of each drawing a few explanatory words, a date on which it was created and even added a letter to whoever found these urns. In all, these were about two hundred drawings and watercolors measuring 25x 35 cm. Upon the liquidation of the Kaunas (Kovno) ghetto, she was deported to the Stutthof camp, where she was separated from her sister. Her sister and little nephew were sent to Auschwitz. In the camp she could hardly paint. Art served her as a barter, for food as was the case in other camps during the period. Lurie later wrote: "I managed to get a pencil and small pieces of paper from one of the clerks in the concentration camp. I started drawing types among the women. Girls, who have "friends" among the prisoners and would receive food presents, asking me to draw them. The payment was a slice of bread. I also recorded female figures wearing "pajamas". They were drawn in a thin pencil on bad paper, which I received from a girl who worked in drawing prisoners, I hid the paintings in my clothes during the five months we were in the labor camp." [Esther Lurie, Drawings: Women in a Labor Camp, YL Peretz, Tel Aviv, 1962, p. 21]. Her paintings are direct evidence of Nazi actions and to a rare scenes in World War II. For example, in the booklet in before us, there is a plaque in which Lurie drew the bridge that connected the small ghetto to the large ghetto in Kaunas. Hundreds of people cross this bridge every day. The bridge was a symbol of disgrace and terror for the ghetto residents. When she first saw the bridge she immediately wanted to paint it and was looking for ways to allow it to do so. Lurie managed to enter the houses of strangers who agreed to let her sit and paint through the window of their house. She sat some distance from the window so they would not be noticed from the outside. She painted the bridge twice, on both sides of the street. On September 17, 1941, an aktion was held in the small ghetto. The hospital was set on fire along with all the patients and its medical staff. The small ghetto was cut off from the ghetto area and the place remained fenced and empty of people. After a few days the bridge was removed and lowered as if it had not been. And the painting remains the living and the only testimony to its existence (see Tables Nos. 6-7 in the booklet before us). In July 1945, she returned to Eretz Israel and was received with great excitement. Her stories were published in the press and her paintings were exhibited in many exhibitions. Slight stains. Good condition.

        Dynasty
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Mar. 19, 2022

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Tel Aviv Culture Center, 1962, Ink on paper, 21 x 31 cm, Signed, titled and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Heichal HaTarbut - Culture Palace, Ink on Paper, 1962.
        Jan. 26, 2022

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Heichal HaTarbut - Culture Palace, Ink on Paper, 1962.

        Est: $100 - $200

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Heichal HaTarbut - Culture Palace, Ink on Paper, 1962. Signed and dated. 20.5x31.5cm.

        Pasarel
      • ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998), JERUSALEM LANDSCAPE
        Dec. 27, 2021

        ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998), JERUSALEM LANDSCAPE

        Est: $80 - $100

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Jerusalem Landscape, Print, signed (on plate: print) and dated 12.9.1967, not framed, measurements: 24.5X34.5 cm. Reasonable yellowing to paper.

        The Bidder
      • ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - HEICHAL HATARBUT, INK ON PAPER, 1960.
        Dec. 09, 2021

        ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) - HEICHAL HATARBUT, INK ON PAPER, 1960.

        Est: $100 - $250

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Heichal HaTarbut - Culture Palace, Ink on Paper, 1960. Signed and dated. 20x40cm.

        Pasarel
      • LURIE ESTHER
        Oct. 26, 2021

        LURIE ESTHER

        Est: €150 - €220

        'Jerusalem'

        Campo & Campo
      • Esther Lurie - Etching - a girl with a yellow badge. According to a drawing made in the Kovno ghetto
        Apr. 01, 2020

        Esther Lurie - Etching - a girl with a yellow badge. According to a drawing made in the Kovno ghetto

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie [1913-1998] An engraving of a girl with a yellow badge, signed in pencil in Hebrew and English. Esther Lurie - an award-winning painter and stage designer and decor. In 1939 she traveled to Kaunas to visit her sister and, following the German occupation in June 1941, was forced to remain in the Kaunas Ghetto and then in camps. While in the ghetto, Luria walked around various workshops. At the pottery workshop, she drew with the consent of the German director, where she request from the Jewish potters to prepare some large jugs for her to store her paintings. She buried her paintings inside the jugs and temporarily handed them over to the Judenrat. On the day of the Aktion on October 26, 1943, when three thousand Jews from the ghetto were deported to work camps in Estonia, she decided to hide the vases in the ground in a small warehouse near her sister's house. The warehouse stood next to a concrete wall, which secured their preservation even if the houses were on fire. Luria wrote a few explanatory words on each side of the sketch, a date when it was created and even added a letter to those who found these vases. In all, these were about two hundred drawings and watercolors of 25x35 cm. Upon the liquidation of the Kaunas (Kovno) ghetto, she was deported to the Stutthof camp, where she was separated from her sister. Her sister and niece were sent to Auschwitz. In the camp she could hardly draw. Art was used for here as a barter for food, as it was in other camps during the period. Later, Lurie wrote: "I managed to get a pencil and small pieces of paper from one of the reporters in the concentration camp. I started to draw types of women. Girls, theirs "friends" Of the prisoners and would receive food presents, ask me to draw them. The payment was a slice of bread. I also listed women characters wearing "pajamas". They were painted in thin pencil on bad paper, which I got from a girl working in the prisoner register, the paintings I hid in my clothes for the five months we were in the labor camp." [Esther Lurie, Drawings: Women in a Labor Camp, YL Peretz, Tel Aviv, 1962, p. 21]. Her paintings are a direct testimony to Nazi acts during World War II. The painting "girl with a yellow badge" was created by Lurie in the Kaunas Ghetto in the midst of the horror days. Later, Luria won this piece in the Dizengoff Award. In July 1945, she returned to Israel and was received with great excitement. Her stories were published in the press and her paintings were exhibited in many exhibitions. Engraving size 15x10 cm. Page size: 28x19 cm. Very good condition.

        Dynasty
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Jerusalem, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1962.
        Dec. 19, 2019

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Jerusalem, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1962.

        Est: $150 - $300

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Jerusalem, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1962. Signed and dated. Framed. 24x33cm.

        Pasarel
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 14, 2019

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Barbed wire electrical fence and barracks in Stutthoff concentration camp, Ink on paper (attached to another paper), 11 x 17 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 14, 2019

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Women's shower room in Stutthoff concentration camp, 1945, Ink on paper (attached to another paper), 17 x 10 cm, Signed and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 14, 2019

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Women's barrack in Stutthoff concentration camp, Ink on paper (attached to another paper), 14 x 18 cm, Signed

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper
        Jul. 17, 2019

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper

        Est: €80 - €120

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper h:30 w: 23 cm. signed and located lower right Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us. Condition report available upon request.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Tel Aviv, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1955-6.
        May. 27, 2019

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Tel Aviv, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1955-6.

        Est: $200 - $400

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Tel Aviv, Watercolor and Ink on Paper, 1955-6. Signed and dated. Framed. 46x56cm. Frame: 63x73cm.

        Pasarel
      • ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) HOLOCAUST ART 1947
        Mar. 31, 2019

        ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) HOLOCAUST ART 1947

        Est: $200 - $300

        Zichron Yaacov garden. Pen and ink. Signed, dated, and inscribed lower right. Dimensions: (Frame) H 15.75" x W 19.75", (Sight) H 9.25" x W 13.25" Condition: Paper and mat with age toning.

        Westport Auction
      • Esther Lurie. Orig. Etching ‘Yemenite woman’ 15/30 signed in pencil
        Feb. 12, 2019

        Esther Lurie. Orig. Etching ‘Yemenite woman’ 15/30 signed in pencil

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie, orig. Etching ‘Yemenite woman’ 15/30 signed and numbered in pencil DIMENSIONS OF ETCHING: 9.4 x 14.8 cm. DIMENSIONS WITH PASSE PARTOUT: 35 x 28.5 cm. Esther Lurie, Artist of the Kovno Ghetto Esther Lurie (1913-1998) was born in Liepaja, Latvia, emigrated to Palestine in 1934 and returned to the Baltic States several times for exhibitions. She was caught in Lithuania when the war between Germany and the USSR broke out in 1941 and survived the Kovno Ghetto and Stutthoff concentration camp. Many of her works survived in hidden spaces of the Ghetto

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper
        Jan. 09, 2019

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper

        Est: €80 - €120

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper h:30 w: 23 cm. signed and located lower right Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us. Condition report available upon request.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper
        Sep. 02, 2018

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper

        Est: €80 - €120

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper h:30 w: 23 cm. signed and located lower right Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Esther Lurie, Potfolio ‘A Living Witness’: Kovno Ghetto, 1st ed. 1958
        Jul. 11, 2018

        Esther Lurie, Potfolio ‘A Living Witness’: Kovno Ghetto, 1st ed. 1958

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie ‘A Living Witness’: Kovno Ghetto - Scenes and Types, 30 drawings and watercolors Introduction by Moshe Sharett; Foreword by Eugene Kolb, Hebrew and English, Tel Aviv, Israel: Dvir Publishers, first edition,1958. Paperback. Author and artist Esther Lurie [1913-1998] was imprisoned in the Kovno ghetto during the Nazi occupation (1941-44) along with other Jews. As soon as she entered the ghetto, in mid-1941, Lurie began to sketch views of her new world. , damages to wrapper, several plates with small damages to edges.

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper
        Jun. 12, 2018

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper

        Est: $100 - $150

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1973 felt-tip pen on paper h:30 w: 23 cm. signed and located lower right Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Woman, 1938 ink on paper
        Jan. 31, 2018

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Woman, 1938 ink on paper

        Est: $60 - $80

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Woman, 1938 ink on paper h:27 w: 20 cm. signed and dated lower right Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Esther Lurie - Jerusalem from Mount Scopus, Watercolor on Paper.
        Jan. 23, 2018

        Esther Lurie - Jerusalem from Mount Scopus, Watercolor on Paper.

        Est: $100 - $200

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998) - Jerusalem from Mount Scopus, Watercolor on Paper. Signed and titled. 16x23cm. Frame: 30x37cm.

        Pasarel
      • Esther Lurie (1931-1998), figure of old woman
        Jul. 17, 2017

        Esther Lurie (1931-1998), figure of old woman

        Est: -

        אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), דמות אישה מבוגרת אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), דמות אישה מבוגרת, תחריט, חתום בעיפרון וממוספר 19/30, לא ממוסגר, מידות: 20X15 ס"מ. אמנות Esther Lurie (1931-1998), figure of old woman, relief, pencil-signed and numberer 19/30, unframed, dimensions: 20x15 cm.

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie - Portrait of a Girl with Two Yellow Badges - Original Sketch
        Jun. 27, 2017

        Esther Lurie - Portrait of a Girl with Two Yellow Badges - Original Sketch

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie, original sketch for a prospectus in anticipation of the publication of an album of paintings from the Kovno Ghetto. [Ca. 1958]. Pencil drawing on paper. Signed (in English). On the left side of the leaf is Lurie's famous painting - Portrait of a Girl with Two Yellow Badges. Beneath it Lurie signed her name twice, in English, and added the title "'The Yellow Badge' / Album". Inscribed on the right side of the leaf is the album's title - "Drawings and Aquarelles from the Kovno-Slobodka Ghetto, 1941-1944, by Esther Lurie", and at the top right corner - "prospectus" (Hebrew). The painting "Portrait of a Girl with Two Yellow Badges" appeared in Lurie's book "Living Testimony" ("Dvir" press, Tel Aviv, 1958 [Hebrew]). The present item may be a sketch for a prospectus Lurie created in anticipation of the book's publication. Approx. 27.5X20 cm. Good condition. Stains and some creases.

        Kedem Public Auction House Ltd
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1967 print
        May. 09, 2017

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1967 print

        Est: $30 - $40

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem, 1967 print h:24 w: 34 cm. numbered ''96/250'' lower left Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

        Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • MOSHÉ RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC (1904-1995) & ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998). [VOTE FOR THE WORKER''S PARTY OF THE LAND OF ISRAEL / 19TH ZIONIST CONG
        Mar. 16, 2017

        MOSHÉ RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC (1904-1995) & ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998). [VOTE FOR THE WORKER''S PARTY OF THE LAND OF ISRAEL / 19TH ZIONIST CONG

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        MOSHÉ RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC (1904-1995) & ESTHER LURIE (1913-1998) [VOTE FOR THE WORKER''S PARTY OF THE LAND OF ISRAEL / 19TH ZIONIST CONGRESS.] 1935. 37 1/2x24 1/2 inches, 95 1/4x62 1/4 cm. Coop, Tel Aviv. Condition B: restored punch holes and overpainting in central image; repaired tears, abrasions and overpainting along vertical and horizontal folds; time-staining in margins.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Jan. 07, 2017

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988) Mahalul Neighborhood, Tel-Aviv, 1950s, Etching, 23 x 31 cm, Signed, titled and numbered "1/14"

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Lot lithographs and prints
        Nov. 08, 2016

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Lot lithographs and prints

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Lot lithographs and prints, which includes 10 lithographs, including 3 identity of the Western Wall, 2 identity of the Knesset building, the Dead Sea, from Fortflio paintings Kovno ghetto, and prints panoramic views of the city of Jerusalem, and prints the preparation of postcards from portfolio drawings Kovno ghetto.good-very good conditions. HEBREW אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), לוט ליטוגרפיות והדפסים אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), לוט ליטוגרפיות והדפסים, הכולל 10 ליטוגרפיות, ביניהן 3 זהות של הכותל המערבי, 2 זהות של בנין הכנסת, ים המלח, מתוך פורטפליו ציורים לגטו קובנה, וכן הדפסים פנורמיים של העיר ירושלים, והדפסי הכנה של גלויות מתוך פורטפוליו ציורים לגטו קובנה. במצבים טוב-טוב מאוד.

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 03, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Kovno Ghetto / Lot of 2 prints, Etching, 15 x 10 cm / 20 x 28 cm, Signed, approved "A.P." / numbered "8/10"

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Sep. 03, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Jerusalem / Lot of 2 lithographs, Lithograph, 39 x 56 cm, Both are signed, titled and approved

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Jerusalem, lithograph
        Aug. 31, 2016

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Jerusalem, lithograph

        Est: -

        ENGLISH Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Jerusalem, lithograph Esther Lurie (1913-1998), Jerusalem, lithograph, signed and dated on 12.09.1967, numbered 26/250 in pencil, yellowing of paper, Dimensions: 23X33 cm. HEBREW אסתר לוריא, ירושלים אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), ירושלים, ליטוגרפיה, חתומה בלוח ומתוארכת 12.9.1967, ממוספרת בעיפרון 26/250, הצהבה של הנייר, מידות: 23X33 ס"מ.

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie, a panoramic view of Jerusalem
        Jul. 20, 2016

        Esther Lurie, a panoramic view of Jerusalem

        Est: -

        Esther Lurie, a panoramic view of Jerusalem אסתר לוריא, נוף פנורמי של ירושלים אסתר לוריא (1913-1998), נוף פנורמי של ירושלים, הדפס, מתוארך 1977/8, מידות: 35X100 ס"מ. אמנות ישראלית Esther Lurie (1913-1998), a panoramic view of Jerusalem, print, dated 1977/8, Dimensions: 35X100 cm.

        The Bidder
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Jul. 09, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Landscape in "Ramot-Yam", Mikhmoret, 1954, Watercolor & ink on paper (mounted on cardboard), 46 x 60 cm, Signed and dated "1954"

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (1913-1998)
        May. 24, 2016

        Esther Lurie (1913-1998)

        Est: -

        "The Burning Altalena" / Etching / 24.5X35 cm / Signed and titled (Hebrew and English)

        Kedem Public Auction House Ltd
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        May. 07, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Kovno Ghetto / Lot of 3 etchings, 20 x 26 cm / 20 x 29 cm / 24 x 34 cm, Signed, titled and numbered

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        May. 07, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Kovno Ghetto / Lot of 3 etchings, 35 x 50 cm / 50 x 35 cm / 50 x 35 cm, Signed, titled approved and numbered

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem landscape watercolor on lithograph
        Mar. 09, 2016

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem landscape watercolor on lithograph

        Est: $40 - $60

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Jerusalem landscape watercolor on lithograph h:50 w: 65 cm. signed in English and inscribed 'E/A' lower left, signed in Hebrew lower right, signed and titled on the reverse Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

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      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Mar. 05, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Kovno Ghetto / Lot of 3 etchings, 20 x 26 cm / 20 x 29 cm / 24 x 34 cm, Signed, titled and numbered

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Mar. 05, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Jerusalem, 1974, Watercolor, 35 x 50 cm, Signed and dated

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)
        Jan. 02, 2016

        Esther Lurie (Israeli - Latvian, 1913-1988)

        Est: -

        Lot of 3 etchings: Drawings of Kovno Ghetto, 1958, Etching, 29 x 20 cm / 23 x 30 cm / 29 x 20 cm, Signed, two are numbered "8/16" and 15/15"

        Yair Art Gallery
      • Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Landscape, 1946 ink on paper
        Jul. 28, 2015

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Landscape, 1946 ink on paper

        Est: $100 - $150

        Esther Lurie 1913-1998 (Latvian, Israeli) Landscape, 1946 ink on paper h:26 w: 35 cm. signed and dated lower left

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