Dov Bousani, ‘Landscape Watercolor Painting, Paris France, Jewish Yemenite Israeli Artist’, Mid-20th Century, Lions Gallery
Dov Bousani, ‘Landscape Watercolor Painting, Paris France, Jewish Yemenite Israeli Artist’, Mid-20th Century, Lions Gallery

Dov Bousani, Israeli painter, born 1928, Yemen.
Education
Bezalel, Jerusalem.
Advanced Grande Chaumiere and Beaux Arts, Paris.

Bousani Dov studied painting at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and continued at the Grand Chaumiere and the Beaux du Arts in Paris.
Dov lived in Paris for about 10 years at 56-66. During this period, he toured and painted in several European countries and exhibited six personal exhibitions, including one in the Gallery of St. Placid
In 1966 he returned to Israel and since then lives and creates and paints in Israel. Already in the first exhibition he presented in Paris in 1960 he won five positive reviews, including the ARTS weekly
The critique refers to the special color and variety of the subjects carried out in oil, pastel and charcoal The style of painting is realistic, figurative, executed in a rich and vibrant color technique
The subject of the painting is varied: urban landscape, port and boat towns, wheat fields and olive groves. Portraits people and horses, everything that is alive, beautiful and has color.
Solo exhibitions: Poise de Artiste Gallery Paris 1960. Chemerinsky Gallery Tel Aviv 1969-1967. 1962 Galerie Sainte Placide, Paris 1963,1965. The "Munsterberg Basel Gallery", 1963 Foyer Des Artistes Gallery in Paris
Staffleai Gallery, Zurich, 1965. Art Gallery, "Beit Leivik", Tel Aviv 1979
Gallery "The Gallery" York Pennsylvania 1983. Bat Yam Museum 1985. In addition he participated in many general and group exhibitions here and abroad "

Condition: Good

About Dov Bousani