Propes, Moshe, Poland, 1922-1985
Moshe Propes, Painter. b. 1922,
Poland. Immigrated 1925.
Studies: Grande Chaumiere, Paris. Teaching: 1939-48 at Schwarzman's studio with David Handel; Histadrut Studio, directed by Aharon Avni; studio of Streichman and Stematsky; 1960 Avni Institute, Tel Aviv. 1948 Cultural Officer of Givati Brigade. Wandering Painter, among army graves and camps.
Prizes: 1950-51 Dizengoff Prize; 1958 Histadrut Pize. Executed many murals for army camps.
1950 Worked as journalist; illustrator mainly for theatre performances for Davar and Al Hamishmar.
1951-60 Founder of "Group of Ten".
1951-52 Travelled in
1952-56 Member of Kibbutz Ein Hahoresh.
1958 Lived in
1958 Published an illustrated Kibbutz Passover Haggadah for Sifriat Hapoalim; 1960 Haggadah for W. Zimzun Edition.
1964 Took active part in organising abstract painters, founded group "Tatzpit" and the autumn salon of
Tel Aviv Museum.
Died 1985.



Now exhibiting in Minotaure Gallery :

Summer exhibition of the gallery`s collection including: Igael Tumarkin, Hanna Sahar, Dganit Berest, Khen Shish, Avshalom Okashi, Andre Lanskoy, Bela Kadar and more