Hannah Eshel

Israeli (1926)

About the artist:

Over the course of her long and prolific career, Hanna Eshel has produced a widely varied body of work that includes collage, oil painting, and sculpture. She studied painting in the 1950s, and her early works were textured oil paintings on burlap; over time, these paintings became increasingly three-dimensional, amounting to images on both sides of assemblage elements. Eshel discovered her passion and affinity for marble sculpture during a sojourn in Italy, after which she began to create her most iconic stone sculptures with fissures. “It seemed that with this trembling line I was expressing a tension that was appearing everywhere, ” she has said. Eshel moved to New York City in the 1970s and began to make her photo paintings, in which she extended sections of photographs with paint.

Hannah Eshel

Israeli (1926)

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About the artist:

Over the course of her long and prolific career, Hanna Eshel has produced a widely varied body of work that includes collage, oil painting, and sculpture. She studied painting in the 1950s, and her early works were textured oil paintings on burlap;

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