Manuel Eichelbaum (1895-1957) Artista visual judío-argentino/Argentine- Jewish Artist “Obras judías”/”Jewish Works”

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Manuel Eichelbaum     Autorretrato/Self Portrait

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Manuel Eichelbaum

Nació en Domínguez, Entre Ríos, Argentina. Pintor y dibujante. Estudió en la Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes. Realizó exposiciones en instituciones, clubes y galerías de Buenos Aires. Ilustró el Libro para la pausa del sábado, de César Tiempo. Poseen su obra el Museo de la Boca y el IWO (Bs. As.), además del Museo Municipal de Santa Fe (Argentina).

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Manuel Eichelbaum

Born in Domínguez, Entre Ríos, Argentina. Painter and sketcher. Studied in the National Academy of Fine Arts. Shows in institutions, clubs and galleries in Buenos Aires. Illustrated Libro para la pausa del sábado [Book for the Sabbath Pause] by the Jewish Argentina poet and playwright César Tiempo. The Museum of the Boca, the IWO Museum of Buenos Aires and the Municipal Museum of Santa Fe (Argentina) possess his works.

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“Obras judías”/”Jewish Works”

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Bar-Mitzvá/         Bar-Mitzvah              óleo/oils, 1931

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Colegialas/Schoolmates    óleo/oils, 1939

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Chiche, óleo,/oils, 1943

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Casamiento judío/Jewish Wedding               óleo/oils, 1953

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El dramturgo Samuel Eichelbaum, el hermano de Manuel                    The Playwright Samuel Eichelbaum, Manuel’s brother,     óleo/oils,1930

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El poeta César Tiempo/The Poet César Tiempo                óleo/oils, 1930   

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