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Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
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Jose Gurvich

Jose Gurvich

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Uruguayan (1927–1974)

  • Date: 1974
  • Hand-colored etching, signed, numbered, and dated in pencil
  • Edition of LXXXV/C
  • Image Size: 10.5 x 13 inches
  • Size: 15.5 x 17 in. (39.37 x 43.18 cm)

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This hand-colored etching by Jose Gurvich is signed and numbered in pencil from the edition of only 100 (numbered in Roman Numerals).

  Gurvich was born Zusmanas Gurvicius into a Lithuanian Jewish Family in 1927.  His family emigrated to Uruguay in 1932 to escape persecution.  As a young artist, he studied with Joaquin Torres Garcia and worked in his studio until Garcia’s death.  After this, Gurvich traveled Europe and spent time living in a Kibbutz in Israel. In 1970, a few years before the end of his life, he took his family to New York City where he died at the age of 47 at the height of his career.

Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
Kibbutz Etching | Jose Gurvich
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About The Artist: Jose Gurvich

José Gurvich was born in Lithuania and immigrated to Uruguay with his family in 1933. He enrolled at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in 1942, studying under José Cúneo, and joined the Taller Torres García in 1944, participating in the group’s twentieth exhibition the following year. Alongside artists including Julio Alpuy, Francisco Matto, and Gonzalo Fonseca at El Taller, he worked in ceramics and...

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About The Medium: Etching

The printing process of using strong acid or mordant to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design in intaglio (incised) in the metal. In traditional pure etching, a metal (usually copper, zinc or steel) plate is covered with a waxy ground which is resistant to acid. The artist then scratches off the ground with a pointed etching needle where they want a line to appear in the finished piece, exposing the bare metal. The plate is then put through a high-pressure printing press together with a sheet of paper (often moistened to soften it). The paper picks up the ink from the etched lines, making a print.

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Kibbutz

Jose Gurvich

1974

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Jose Gurvich

1974

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