Painting is like silent poem, said Simonides, poet from ancient Greece.Paintings are icons, doors to the Platonian world above the heavens. Paintings on my blog are just those icons, which lead a viewer into the magic world of harmony and beauty. Artists who present their achievements on my blog have a very different cultural and national background, they represent variety of artistic traditions and schools
“Mordecai Ardon (1896 –1992) was an Israeli painter.Ardon was born Max Bronstein in 1896 in Tuchów, Galicia (then Austria-Hungary, now Poland). In 1933 he emigrated to Jerusalem in Mandate Palestine. He was granted Palestinian citizenship in 1936 and changed his name to Mordecai Ardon.Beginning in the 1950s Ardon adopted a complex system of symbolic images in his paintings, taken from the Jewish Mystical tradition (Kabbalah), from the Bible and from a tangible reality. In his painting “Gates of Light”, for example, he expressed “the inner mystery and timelessness of the landscape.”
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Elene Akhvlediani (1898-1975) was Georgian painter,graphic artist and theater decorator.Her parents were people out of the common.Elene,Just as the other artists of her generation-David Kakabadze,Lado Gudiashvili and Keto Magalashvili-started her works in the early decades of the twentieth century.These masters achievements,based on the legacy of national and European culturs,have largely determined the distinctive features of Georgian Soviet art and have not lost their importance to this day.