Yohanan Simon

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Yohanan Simon
Yohanan Simon.jpg
Born November 3, 1905
Berlin, Germany
Died January 31, 1976(1976-01-31) (aged 70)
Tel Aviv, Israel
Nationality Israeli, Jewish
Education Academy of Fine Arts, Munich
Known for Painting
Movement Israeli art

Yohanan Simon was an Israeli painter.

Biography[edit]

Yohanan Simon, painter was born in 1905, Berlin. From 1927 he lived mainly in France. Beginning in 1934 he worked in New York for journal Vogue. Until 1953 he was a member of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel. He executed a number of murals for Israeli ships, public buildings and hotels, including Bank of Israel offices in New York and a hotel in Côte d'Ivoire. He also illustrated books and designed stage-sets.

Education[edit]

Awards and Prizes[edit]

  • 1945-46 The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture, Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa, Tel Aviv
  • 1951 Congress of Jewish Culture Prize, New York City
  • 1952 Zichron Yaakov Prize
  • 1953 The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture, Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa, Tel Aviv
  • 1956 Israel Olympic Committee Prize
  • 1958 Ramat Gan Prize
  • 1960 Histadrut Prize
  • 1961 The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture, Municipality of Tel Aviv Jaffa, Tel Aviv

Outdoor and Public Art[edit]

  • 1951 Congress of Jewish Culture, New York
  • 1956 Israel Olympic Committee

Selected Exhibitions[edit]

References[edit]

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