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        • MOI-VER (Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, 1904 – 1995). [Increase t...
          May. 16, 2024

          MOI-VER (Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, 1904 – 1995). [Increase t...

          Est: $500 - $700

          MOI-VER (Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, 1904 – 1995). [Increase the Power of Zionism]. 1939. World Zionist Organization. Color lithograph poster. 37 ¼ x 24 ¾”. Unbacked. Chipped, scattered losses, creases, tears into image, occasional spotting. B-. RARE.

          Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
        • MOSHE RAVIV (AKA MOI VER), FIVE JEWISH MEN CELEBRATING, WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
          Dec. 14, 2023

          MOSHE RAVIV (AKA MOI VER), FIVE JEWISH MEN CELEBRATING, WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

          Est: $800 - $1,000

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed lower right Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • MOSHE RAVIV VOROVICHIK (1904–1995) - WOMAN, SAFED, OIL ON MASONITE.
          Jun. 26, 2023

          MOSHE RAVIV VOROVICHIK (1904–1995) - WOMAN, SAFED, OIL ON MASONITE.

          Est: $150 - $300

          Moshe Raviv Vorovichik (1904–1995) - Woman, Safed, Oil on Masonite. Signed. 43x38cm. Paint peels. Moi Ver (Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic) was born in 1904 in Vilnius, Lithuania, where he also studied painting. In 1927, visited the Bauhaus in Dessau to take courses with Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, and Joseph Albers, before he left for Paris to study at the Ecole de Photo Cine. After several unrealised projects for photographic books, necessity led him to begin a career as a reporter. He immigrated to Palestine in 1934, and from 1950 he devoted himself to painting. He died in 1995. Moi Ver: Paris In Paris, his quintessential avant-garde book object published in 1931, Moi Ver succeeds in blending dynamic photographic montage with an elaborate graphic layout. Utilizing the double-spread as one unified plane, each turn of the page not only surprises, but accentuates the charged rhythm built into the book itself. The bulk of information in these pictures documents mundane street activities in cobblestoned Paris of the late twenties. But the method in which Moi Ver chose to present his material, in its kaleidoscopic layering and frenzied repetitiveness, emphasizes an experimental approach to picture-construction, as if we, the viewers, were walking about bombarded by noise and reflected light. Within each picture, visual data is spliced with pattern, alluding to a lapse of time, as if they were short film vignettes. M. Vorobeichic, who also used the artist name Moi Ver, and whose real name was Moses Vorobeichic (1904), in Israel renamed Moshe Raviv. This painter / photographer is known for his picture-books on the Ghetto of Wilna and Paris (end of the twenties), early examples of the Bauhaus photographic style. (German) From the Preface The Jewish Lane in Light and Shadow by S. Chneour About Paris: The book that introduced Moi Ver to the world is exhilaratingly eccentric, definitely avant-garde.... Moi Vers Paris is a city in motion, hurtling almost out of control. Cobblestone streets, bustling crowds, facades, railway tracks, bridges. the glittering river, and countless monuments shift and shatter here.... Moi Vers version of Paris was eclipsed two years later by the publication of Brassais more conventionally seductive Paris de Nuit, but no one has yet matched Moi Vers vision of the brutal, chaotic, irresistible modern city. Vince Aletti, from the Book of 101 Books In Paris, his quintessential avant-garde book, Moi Ver succeeded in blending dynamic photographic montage with elaborate graphic layouts. Utilizing the double-spread as one unified place, each turn of the page not only surprised but accentuated the charged rhythm built into the book itself. The bulk of information in these pictures documents mundane street activities in the cobblestone-covered Paris of the late 20s. But the method in which Moi Ver chose to present his material, in its kaleidoscopiclayering and frenzied repetitiveness, emphasized an experiential approach to picture construction-as if we, the viewers, were walking about, bombarded by noise and reflected light. Originally published in 1931 by Editions Jeanne Walter with an introduction by Futurist Fernand Leger, now long out of print and exceptionally rare, this facsimile reproduction of Paris brings back into circulation one of the seminal photographic books of the century. My grandfather on my mothers side was a photographer and artist named Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (who also worked under the pen name Moi Ver). He lived from 1904 to 1995. Born and raised in Vilna, now Vilnius in Lithuania, Moshe lived and worked in Paris before moving to Tel Aviv and eventually settling in Safed in northern Israel. In the late 1920s he studied at the famous Bauhaus school in Dessau, Germany, where his instructors included Paul Klee and Vassily Kandinsky. Moshe produced many paintings, especially in the later part of his career. As a young man, however, he was recognized primarily as a photographer, employing many innovative and creative techniques. Two major books of his photography were published. The first, The Ghetto Lane in Vilna (published in 1931) documented the everyday life of the citys Jewish residents. In the same year, his second book, titled Paris was published by Jeanne Walter, with an introduction by Fernand Leger (it was republished in 2004 as Ci-Contre - 110 Photos by Moi Ver, by Ann and Jurgen Wilde, with commentary by Inka Graeve Ingelmann and Hannes Bohringer). An exhibition of these photographs was held in the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich in the winter of 2004/05. taken from flickr. Source: https://www.rogallery.com/artists/moshe-raviv-aka-moi-ver

          Pasarel
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, Israel (1904-1995), Jerusalem the Golden c.1985, Colour lithograph ed. 79/150
          Oct. 13, 2022

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, Israel (1904-1995), Jerusalem the Golden c.1985, Colour lithograph ed. 79/150

          Est: $40 - $60

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic Israel, (1904-1995) Jerusalem the Golden c.1985 Colour lithograph ed. 79/150 Signed & titled lower margin

          Theodore Bruce
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, Israel (1904-1995), Jerusalem the Golden c.1985, Colour lithograph ed. 79/150
          Jul. 21, 2022

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic, Israel (1904-1995), Jerusalem the Golden c.1985, Colour lithograph ed. 79/150

          Est: $80 - $120

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic Israel, (1904-1995) Jerusalem the Golden c.1985 Colour lithograph ed. 79/150 Signed & titled lower margin

          Theodore Bruce
        • MOSHE RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC - POSTER PRINTED ON KAPPA.
          Apr. 20, 2021

          MOSHE RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC - POSTER PRINTED ON KAPPA.

          Est: $80 - $160

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic - Poster Printed on Kappa. Late print on kappa. 90x60cm. Folds. Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (1904-1995) was an outstanding painter and photographer in the field of photomontage. Among the first in the Artists' Quarter in Zefat.

          Pasarel
        • Raviv Moshe Judaica Original Watercolor Painting
          Feb. 10, 2021

          Raviv Moshe Judaica Original Watercolor Painting

          Est: $1 - $1,000

          Raviv Moshe aka Moi Verobeichic Lithuanian / Israeli (1904 - 1995 ) Original Watercolor Painting. Subject matter featuring Jewish men in celebrating life. Signed lower left and right and dated '77. Estate fresh condition. No issues to make note of. Frame measures approximately 26 3/8 in x 21 in. Work size window opening 17 7/8 in x 12 5/8 in. Estate fresh to the market. MMB Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

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        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor painting
          Jan. 30, 2021

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor painting

          Est: $800 - $1,000

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed lower right Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm) Reference:

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        • 1948 ISRAEL-HEBREW POSTER MOSHE RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC
          Sep. 12, 2020

          1948 ISRAEL-HEBREW POSTER MOSHE RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC

          Est: $200 - $300

          Translates to "Work! Buy the Shekel to Build the Country!" Artist is Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (1904-1995). Has map with major cities with a Frame pointing out encouraging the viewer to work. Mounted on linen 24" by 37", Has fold marks and light wear with some small areas of retsoration. Very Good

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        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic – Photograph of the Jews' Street in Vilnius
          Aug. 11, 2020

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic – Photograph of the Jews' Street in Vilnius

          Est: -

          Photograph of the Jews' Street in Vilnius in the winter of 1928 by photographer Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic. Tel-Aviv, [ca. mid-20th century]. Captioned and dated by hand on verso: "der alte Judenhof. 1928 winter". Stamped on verso with the photographer's stamp: "Moshe Raviv, Tel Aviv". Moshe Vorobeichic (Raviv; also Moi Ver) – photographer, painter and designer, a pioneer in the field of photomontage. He was born in Vilnius in 1904, studied at the university of Vilnius in the department of arts and architecture and in 1928 was accepted to the Bauhaus school in Dessau, Germany, where he took courses with Paul Klee, Vasily Kandinsky and Josef Albers. In 1930 he continued his studies in Paris in the photography school Ecole de Photo Cin?. During the early 1930s, Vorobeichic was in charge of the visual documentation of "HeChalutz" operations in Poland until he immigrated to Palestine in 1934. In Palestine he worked for various Zionist institutes and the Histadrut Labor Federation as graphic designer and photographer, as well as independently. He was one of the first artists to settle in the artists' colony of Safed, where he passed away in 1995. 30X20.5 cm. Good condition. Minor blemishes to corners.

          Kedem Public Auction House Ltd
        • PR Moshe Raviv Israeli Judaic Figurative Paintings
          Jul. 23, 2020

          PR Moshe Raviv Israeli Judaic Figurative Paintings

          Est: $300 - $400

          Israel, Lithuania,1904-1995 Two works, one depicting three male dancers in pink-blue attire against a green background, the other of an older gentleman talking to a young boy with a village in the background. Each in matching The House of Heydenryk, New York, New York frames.

          Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          May. 20, 2020

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          Olive tree in Safed landscape, 1965, Watercolor on paper, 35 x 46 cm, Signed, dated and titled

          Yair Art Gallery
        • Moshe Vorobeichic (Raviv) – Photograph of the "Jewish Street" in Vilnius
          Jan. 14, 2020

          Moshe Vorobeichic (Raviv) – Photograph of the "Jewish Street" in Vilnius

          Est: -

          Photograph of the "Jewish Street" in Vilnius in 1928, by photographer Moshe Vorobeichic (Raviv). Stamped on verso with the photographer's stamp, "Moshe Raviv, Tel-Aviv", captioned and dated by hand. Moshe Vorobeichic (Raviv; born Moi Ver) - photographer, painter and designer, a pioneer in the field of photomontage. He was born in Vilnius in 1904, studied at the university of Vilnius in the department of arts and architecture and in 1928 was accepted to the Bauhaus school in Dasau, Germany, where he took courses with Paul Klee, Vasily Kandinsky and Josef Albers. In 1930 he continued his studies in Paris in the photography school Ecole de Photo Ciné. In the early 1930s Vorobeichic was in charge of the visual documentation of "HeChalutz" operations in Poland until he immigrated to Palestine in 1934. In Palestine he worked as a graphic designer and a photographer, independently, as well as for some of the Zionist institutes and the Histadrut Labor Federation. He was one of the first artists who settled in the artists' colony in Safed where he passed away in 1995. 19X30 cm. Good condition. Slight damage in the upper left corner.

          Kedem Public Auction House Ltd
        • Moshe Raviv (Lithuanian-Israeli, 1904-1995)
          Nov. 09, 2019

          Moshe Raviv (Lithuanian-Israeli, 1904-1995)

          Est: $200 - $300

          DESCRIPTION: Moshe Raviv, also known as Moi Ver, (Lithuanian-Israeli, 1904-1995). Watercolor on paper. Two Jewish men dancing. Signed lower left "Raviv". Dated 76' with Hebrew lower right. Matted in chrome frame. MEASUREMENTS: Sight 18" x 13". Overall with frame 24-3/4" x 18-3/4". CONDITION: Good. Vibrant coloring.

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        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting
          Jul. 10, 2019

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting

          Est: $800 - $1,000

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed l.r. Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          Apr. 25, 2019

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          "We will get up and go" (Mother and child, new immigrants to Israel), Watercolor on paper, 34 x 28 cm, Signed, dated and titled

          Yair Art Gallery
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          Mar. 23, 2019

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          "We will get up and go" (Mother and child, new immigrants to Israel), 1963, Watercolor on paper, 34 x 28 cm, Signed, dated and titled

          Yair Art Gallery
        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting
          Feb. 27, 2019

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting

          Est: $1,200 - $1,500

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed l.r. Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          Nov. 18, 2018

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          Acre port, Watercolor on paper , 32 x 46 cm, Signed

          Yair Art Gallery
        • MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR
          Oct. 21, 2018

          MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR

          Est: $100 - $200

          DATED 1969. 19.5"X26.5"

          Freedom Auction Company
        • MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR
          Oct. 21, 2018

          MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR

          Est: $100 - $200

          DATED 1976. 20.5"X27"

          Freedom Auction Company
        • MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR
          Oct. 21, 2018

          MOSHE RAVIV ("MOI VER", ISRAEL, 1904-95) WATERCOLOR

          Est: $100 - $200

          DATED 1976. 20.5"X26.5"

          Freedom Auction Company
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          Oct. 15, 2018

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          Landscape, Watercolor on paper, 32 x 46 cm, Signed

          Yair Art Gallery
        • MOI VER (MOSH RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC) - Paris: 80 Photographies
          Oct. 04, 2018

          MOI VER (MOSH RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC) - Paris: 80 Photographies

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          MOI VER (MOSH RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC) - Paris: 80 Photographies

          Phillips
        • Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)
          Sep. 02, 2018

          Moshe Raviv-Vorobeichic (Moi Ver) (Israeli - Lithuanian, 1904-1995)

          Est: -

          Landscape, Watercolor on paper, 32 x 46 cm, Signed

          Yair Art Gallery
        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting
          May. 12, 2018

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting

          Est: $1,200 - $1,400

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Untitled - Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed l.r. Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • (Moshe) Raviv Watercolor
          Mar. 19, 2018

          (Moshe) Raviv Watercolor

          Est: $300 - $500

          (Moshe) Raviv Watercolor, Mother and daughter in a cityscape, signed in English and Hebrew lower left, sight 19" x 12 1/4", with mat and wood frame, 28 1/2" x 22 1/4". CONDITION: Very good.

          Barry S. Slosberg Inc
        • Moï VER, PSEUDONYME DE MOSHé RAVIV-WOROBEICHIC (1904-19
          Mar. 03, 2018

          Moï VER, PSEUDONYME DE MOSHé RAVIV-WOROBEICHIC (1904-19

          Est: €100 - €120

          Moï VER, PSEUDONYME DE MOSHé RAVIV-WOROBEICHIC (1904-1995) - Paris. 80 photographies. Introduction de Fernand LÉGER. Paris, 7L (Karl Lagerfeld), 2004. In-4, broché, couverture illustrée, sous étui d'édition pleine toile grise. Fac-similé de l'édition originale éditée par Jeanne Walter en 1931. Tirage limité à 1.000 exemplaires numérotés (n° 97). État de neuf.

          Alain & Evelyne Morel de Westgaver
        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting
          Aug. 10, 2017

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting

          Est: $1,200 - $1,400

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Untitled - Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed l.r. Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting
          Apr. 28, 2017

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Five Jewish Men Celebrating, Watercolor Painting

          Est: $1,200 - $1,400

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Untitled - Five Jewish Men Celebrating Year: circa 1970 Medium: Watercolor on Paper, signed l.r. Size: 19 x 27 in. (48.26 x 68.58 cm)

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        • HEBRAICA - ISRAEL -
          Dec. 01, 2016

          HEBRAICA - ISRAEL -

          Est: CHF300 - CHF500

          HEBRAICA - ISRAEL - MOÏ VER (auch MOSHÉ RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC; 1904-1995) - CHNEOUR, S. Ein Ghetto im Osten (Wilna). Eingeleitet von S. Chnéour. Mit 65 photographischen Tafeln von Moï Ver. Zürich, Orell Füssli, 1931. 8°. 7 S., Tafeln, 6 S., [1] Bl. Illustr. Original-Halb-Leinwand-Einband (Rücken unschön mit Tesa verklebt, Deckel berieben u. fleckig, etwas bestossen). (=Schaubücher 27). - Literatur: Heiting/Jaeger 326 - Koetzle 356. -Parr/ Badger I, S. 130 - Auer S. 168. - Erste Ausgabe. - Der berühmte Photoband über das Wilnaer Ghetto, dessen Inszenierung durch die Anwendung von Photomontage und die Gegenüberstellung von Bild und Bildausschnitt avantgardistische Züge trägt. Das seltenste und schönste der Schaubücher. Text deutsch und hebräisch. - Text gering stockfleckig, ansonsten sehr gutes Exemplar. - Gest. Exlibris auf Vorsatz von "Andriessen Boekery".

          Koller Auctions
        • HEBRAICA - ISRAEL -
          Dec. 01, 2016

          HEBRAICA - ISRAEL -

          Est: CHF250 - CHF400

          HEBRAICA - ISRAEL - MOÏ VER (auch MOSHÉ RAVIV-VOROBEICHIC; 1904-1995) - Lot von 4 Photobüchern illustriert von Moï Ver. ENTHÄLT: 1. LITWIN, A. ?????? ????? – – ["nshmus bishral"; Israels Seelen]. Mit 10 photographischen Abb. nach Aufnahmen von Moï Ver. Tel-Aviv, Am-Oved, 1944. Kl.-8° (17,1 x 12,3 cm). 194 S. Original-Halb-Leinwand-Einband mit Deckeltitel 2. BOGDANOVKY, MEI'R (1893-1983). ???????? ?????) – ) – [Megilat Ha-Histadrut, "Erklärung der Welt"]. Mit 22 photographischen Abb. nach Aufnahmen von Moï Ver. Tel-Aviv, Youth Center of the Eretz Israel Trade Union, [1935]. 8° (19,7 x 15 cm). 109 S., [1] Bl. Illustr. Original-Broschur- = Biblitohek Jugendzentrum. Heft 11. - Erste (hebräische) Ausgabe. - Das letzte Blatt mit Spiegel verklebt. Titel mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk in Askenazi Schreibweise "Gutman, Liquidation". - 3. BASOK, MOYSHE (MOSHE; 1907-1966). ????? ????? ) – ) –[Ha-Halutz Ha-Tsaier, "Der junge Stürmer"]. Mit 18 photographischen Abb. nach Aufnahmen von Moï Ver. Tel Aviv, Hakibutz Hameuchad Ain-Harod, 1944. 8°. (20,5 x 16,5 cm). S. 5-12 (hebräisch num.), 426 S., [1] Bl. Original-Leinwand-Einband mit Rücken- u. Deckeltitel. - 4. HABAS, BRACHA (1900-1968). ????? ???? ???) - ) - [Sefer Aliat Ha-Noar, "Buch der 'Jugend Aliyah'"]. Mit 90 photographischen Abb. nach Aufnahmen von Moï Ver, 7 Farblithographien u. einigen Textholzschnitten. Jerusalem, Zentralstellfe für jüdische Siedlunge in Deutschland, 1940/1941. 4° (24,3 x 17,5 cm). 504 S. Rest. Leinwand-Einband unter Verwendung der Original-Deckel. - Buch in Gedenken an die zionistische Aktivistin Henrietta Szold (1860-1945). - Ausgeschiedenes Exemplar der Bibliothek der Jeschurun Synagoge in Jerusalem mit Stempel auf Titel.

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        • Moshe Raviv 1904-1995 (Israeli) Man playing the violin lithograph
          May. 30, 2016

          Moshe Raviv 1904-1995 (Israeli) Man playing the violin lithograph

          Est: $50 - $75

          Moshe Raviv 1904-1995 (Israeli) Man playing the violin lithograph h:83 w: 56 cm. signed lower left, numbered 50/150 Other Notes: Location: Israel. For estimated delivery time please contact us.

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        • MOÏ VER 1904 – 1995 PARIS Paris, Editions Jeanne Walter, 1931
          Dec. 01, 2015

          MOÏ VER 1904 – 1995 PARIS Paris, Editions Jeanne Walter, 1931

          Est: €15,000 - €20,000

          MOÏ VER 1904 – 1995 PARIS Paris, Editions Jeanne Walter, 1931 In-4 (29 × 22 cm) Édition originale limitée à 1000 exemplaires illustrée de 78 photomontages de Moi Ver imprimées en héliogravure Introduction par Fernand Léger Bibliographie : M. Parr, G. Badger, Le livre de photographies : une histoire volume I, Phaidon, Paris, 2005, p. 128-130 A. Roth, The Book of 101 Books, PPP Editions, New York, 2001, p. 70-73

          Artcurial
        • 'PARIS', Editions Jeanne Walter, Paris 1931
          Nov. 20, 2015

          'PARIS', Editions Jeanne Walter, Paris 1931

          Est: €28,000 - €32,000

          MOï VER (1904-1995) 'PARIS', Editions Jeanne Walter, Paris 1931 Book Moshe Ravi Vorobeichic First Edition, copy number 186 of 1000, Paperback with original photo-illustrated dustjacket, 29,4 x 22 cm, 78 pages of black and white photomontages, printed in photogravure, introduction by Fernand Léger 29,4 x 22

          WestLicht
        • Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Jerusalem of Gold, Lithograph
          Oct. 21, 2015

          Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Jerusalem of Gold, Lithograph

          Est: $900 - $1,200

          Artist: Moshe Raviv (aka Moi Ver), Lithuanian/Israeli (1904 - 1995) Title: Jerusalem of Gold Year: circa 1985 Medium: Lithograph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 62/150 Size: 19.5 x 26 in. (49.53 x 66.04 cm) Frame Size: 26.5 x 33 inches

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