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The Silver Age Art Museum
Exhibited by Inna Rempel, Mannheim, Germany.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Elena Krasnova
Exhibited by Alena Krasnova in Brussels.
Author: Pinhas (Paul) Haber, keeper: Natalie Kot
From "The Diaries" series.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Michael Feldman
Exhibited by Michael Feldman in the United States.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Veronica Gamm
Exhibited by Veronica Gamm, Israel.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Yulia Shifrin
Exhibited at Yulia Shifrin, Thornhill, Canada.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Elena Borisova
Exhibited by Elena Borisova, Moscow, Russia.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Elena Anisimova
Exhibited by Elena Anisimova, Rostov, Yaroslavl region, Russia.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Karina Kordyukov
The date of the creation of the drawing is not precisely determined, approximately 2005-2010.
Signed by the author's hand in the lower left corner in black ink in Hebrew: "Amos".
There is the seal of The Seniors Art Museum on the backside. From works donated to the Museum by the author's widow, Mrs. Nira Nir.
Exhibited by Elena Krasnova, Brussels, Belgium.
Author: Pinhas (Paul) Haber, keeper: Maria Kireev
Exhibited by Maria Kireev, Berlin, Germany.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Rita Kryukov
There is an ink inscription on the backside: "Amos Nir Israel 1924-2014" and two little hooks for suspension are hammered.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Tatyana Pavlova
Author: Pinhas (Paul) Haber, keeper: Eva Kand
Exhibited by Eva Kand, Herzliya, Israel.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: The Center for Seniors and People with special needs "MAYAK"
From the collection of works by Dr. Amos Nir, donated to the Museum by his widow, Mrs. Nira Nir.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Irena Lysak
Drawing on black paper. The date of the creation of the drawing is not precisely determined, approximately 2005-2010. Edges are roughly cut as seen with scissors. The image of the white dog was redrawn twice, the previous one was painted over with an incomprehensible shiny black paint.
Signed by the author's hand in the lower left corner in Hebrew: "Amos".
Author: Irit Nener (birth name in Netherlands - Lea Winnik)
Stored at Svetlana Golovina, Germany.
Author: Judit Tsamit, keeper: Tatyana Kudryavtseva
The work is unfinished. There are inscriptions in Hebrew and Russian on the backside, in black and blue pencil, “Yehudit Zamit”, “1929 – 1-2 1.20”, “Germany”, “Israel”. In graphite pencil: “180”, crossed out. Also in graphite pencil: “60”, “21/12/15”. In red pencil: “60”, crossed out, in Hebrew “60 shekels”, “blank”, “18/01/19”, “Alex”. The “The Seniors Art Museum” stamp is in the bottom left corner.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Alexandra Migunova-Tihonyuk
There is an ink inscription "Amos Nir Israel 1924-2014" on the backside and two suspension nails are hammered.
Author: Vilen Gil, keeper: Elena Bobryshev
Author's inscription in pencil on the left margin:
“These are the spouses Gil Maya and William. Together for 67 years. The drawing made 24 of January 2020."
On the upper right corner of the drawing back is the black stamp - "The Seniors Art Museum".
Author: Vilen Gil
The inscription in pencil on the left margin:
"Vilen Gil, Kiev 1929 heat and gas supply engineer."
On the upper right corner of the drawing back is the black stamp - "The Seniors Art Museum" and the traces of black paint on the bottom left.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Yana Bardachenko
On the backside in the corners are paint spots. Two little hooks for suspension are hammered at the back.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir, keeper: Tatyana Maleeva
Drawing on black paper. The date of the creation of the drawing is not precisely determined, approximately 2005-2010. Edges are roughly cut as seen with scissors.
Signed by the author's hand in the lower left corner in Hebrew: "Amos".
Exhibited by Yana Bardachenko, Moscow.
Author: Eliyahu Petrushka, keeper: Liza Zhukov
On the back it is written twice "Petrushka" and the date 12/06/2015 in pencil, small spots of paint in the corners.
Author: Ruth Gorali, keeper: Yulia Agarkov
The relief is tinted and waxed. On the back is a black stamp “The Seniors Art Museum” and 2 metal loops with a rope stretched in them for suspension.
There is an ink inscription on the backside: "Amos Nir Israel 1924-2014" and are hammered two little hooks for suspension.
Author: Miriam Ifraсh, keeper: Anna Bzhiska
Author’s inscription in Hebrew on the backside, left top corner: "Ifrach Miriam 2006".
Keeper: Anna Bzhiska
Not finished. There is an inscription in Hebrew on the backside "Naftali Friedman" and the stamp "The Seniors Art Museum".
Author: Slutzker David Naumovitch, keeper: Sophia Khayidova
Sima Vasilieva, David's daughter: "I reconstructed this picture from memory. Now I would like to gift it to the Silver Age Art Museum as a memory of my father and a sign of my gratitude to Sasha Galitsky and Tanya Tsytkin – the founders of this wonderful museum."
Sando carved his father's portrait as one of his first works at the woodcarving lessons. He was 18-19 years old when last saw his father.
“No Entry,” wrote the cheerful (then) Sando on the side of the wooden beauty.
“Check, maybe your rights have just expired,” said the sarcastic Haim.
Where are they both now? We would like to know.
We always envied Sando's optimism. And now we really miss him.
About “Expulsion from Paradise” the one of the last works of the 92-year-old Sando, it’s even hard to say something. Only a very brave and happy person who Sando remained until his last days could push back the fig leaf with such confidence. The work belongs to the family of the author. Honestly, the Museum is jealous. Admire.
Just a cheerful little elephant.
Keeper: Miriam-Feyga Bunimovich
On a swift stallion reining in on the wall. The wise horse is aware of the route, the rider has absolute trust in him. Look at the adornment on the rump — а flower. The author, colonel Haim Ifrakh, is presenting his work to a future keeper-owner.
Rachel and Tol'ka are the only survivors of their family.
Number 16 is inscribed in the top right side. The author participated in sixteen similar operations.
An inscription in Hebrew in the top left corner: “You brought me to the Motherland” The date 25.12.45 is visible on the ship’s board.
Inscriptions in Hebrew: "Shaar HaGai" in the bottom right corner, "Jerusalem" at the top left corner. The soldier has the sign of the regiment in which he serves, on his back. The relief is based on a humorous drawing from the Israeli War of Independence.
A wartime memory.
The author did not have a photograph of his grandma. The portrait is based on a photo of an elderly Jewish woman who lived in Lithuania back in the 1930s.
A teenager escaped from the ghetto, a partisan, a repatriate, a pilot — all at the age of 21.
Author: Jacob (Yanek) Friedman, keeper: Alla Nisilevich
From a series of abstract drawings.
Author: Jacob (Yanek) Friedman
Jacob called his wife "Baranek (lamb in Polish)" - for her curly hair.
Author: Arie Eytany (Armando Gutman), keeper: Ravil Nasretdinov
On the reverse side there is an inscription: "ARIE EITANI (Hebrew) ARMANDO TOUHES 14/5/1927 ITALIA - HONGARIA - AUSHVIZ - CAFRISIN - SURIA - ISRAEL"; in Russian: "Cyprus 46". The author drew a heart on the background.
Author: Nadra Bason, keeper: Natalia Baikova
Just a grey cat.
Author: Dr. Amos Nir
One of two paintings by the author donated to the Museum by his widow, Mrs. Nira Nir.