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In Memory of the Jewish Community of the Netherlands

In Memory of the Jewish Community of the Netherlands

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The Art of Eretz Israel. From the series of paintings "Wandering Stars." World, gone with the Holocaust. In memory of the Jewish community of the Netherlands.


Eduard Gurevich studied in Ukraine’s famous art schools. He moved to Israel in 1990 where he devoted himself to painting Jewish-themed work. Eduard hopes that his artwork will lead people to a greater appreciation of the beauty of Israel and Judaism. His work has been exhibited internationally, and appears in private galleries in Germany, Canada, France, USA, Russia and Israel.
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shoshannah Brombacher Brooklyn April 4, 2017

Thank you from a Dutch Jew form Amsterdam!!! Have a kosheren Pesach!!! Reply

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Eduard Gurevich studied in Ukraine’s famous art schools. He moved to Israel in 1990 where he devoted himself to painting Jewish-themed work. Eduard hopes that his artwork will lead people to a greater appreciation of the beauty of Israel and Judaism. His work has been exhibited internationally, and appears in private galleries in Germany, Canada, France, USA, Russia and Israel.
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