Baruch Nachshon was given the grant to study painting in New York by the last Lubavitch Rebbe, and he was the only artist to exhibit at Lubavitch world headquarters in Brooklyn. Mr. Nachshon was among the first Jewish settlers of Hebron in 1967 and opened a gallery next to the Cave of the Patriarchs in the 1970s. Nachshon continues to paint in his studio in Kiryat Arba, overlooking the city of Hebron, and he is always happy to welcome visitors.
Baruch Nachshon's work is rife with overt mysticism and bright, colorful imagery. His favorite motifs include the flow of divine benevolence through creation, and the joy of the creations- usually symbolized by dancing Hassidim, soaring angels or living animals. His style employs a lush and vivid color palette, much movement and geometric repetition and symbolic elements which recur throughout his oeuvre.
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Artist Baruch Nachshon