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Steinhardt and Struck:
An Artist and His Mentor
From the Collections of the Hermann Struck Museum and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

February 19, 2015-June 21, 2015

Location: Hermann Struck Museum, Haifa

Curator: Ronit Sorek and Svetlana Reingold

Media: Prints

Jakob Steinhardt (1887-1986) was one of the most influential print artists in Israeli art and a distinguished disciple of Hermann Struck. German Expressionism left a deep imprint on his work. In 1933 Steinhardt immigrated to Palestine and founded the "Studio" in Jerusalem. He later became the director of the Graphics Department at "New Bezalel", and headed the academy in 1953-1957. Upon coming to Israel he focused on woodcuts as a primary means for expression. The exhibition aims to create a dialogue between Steinhardt and Struck, who in different ways conveyed their respective worldviews of the the art of print.

Jacob Steinhardt
Jonah and the Gourd, illustration to "Jonah" (portfolio)
Etching' drypoint and soft ground etching, 1923
Collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Hermann Struck
Theodor Herzl (detail)
Etching and soft-ground etching, 1903
Collection of the Haifa Museums

Hermann Struck
Etching and aquatint
early 20th century
Collection of the Haifa Museums