POUNCING EAGLE

30cm x 60cm x 40cm
Resin and spray paint
1990

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LOVERS

40cm x 50cm x 22cm
Plaster
1986

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SAMSON BOUND

200cm x 50cm x 47cm
Resin and metal
1973

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JACKAL

86cm x 53cm x 30cm
Resin and spray paint
1978

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MOTHER AND DAUGHTER SEATED

76cm x 20cm x 39cm
Resin and spray paint
1990

A tender study of the intimacy of a mother and her daughter

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FLEEING FAMILY 2

130cm x 59cm x 26cm
Resin and spray paint
1994

A stricken family are caught in their homelands conflict of war and confusion

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JOSEPH IN FEAR OF HIS BROTHERS

87cm x 20cm x 18cm
Plaster
1995

Joseph displays his coat of many colours  

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HOMAGE TO SOWETO

or 'VICTIMS OF INJUSTICE AND VIOLENCE'
Bronze
1995

Currently on permanent display in the St. Martin-in-the-Fields church. Inspired by the famous photograph taken during the Soweto massacre of 1976.

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THE GIRL WITH A BIRD

185cm x 40cm x 40cm
Resin and spray paint
1999

A companion-piece to ‘THE BOY WITH THE BIRD’.

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SAMSON IN THE TEMPLE

185cm x 40cm x 40cm
Resin
1972

Samson’s miraculous strength was in his hair. His treacherous wife, Delilah, cut his hair, enabling her people, the Philistines, to capture, blind, and chain him. While imprisoned, his hair grew again and his strength returned. Learning that the Philistines intended to parade their captive in the temple, Samson had himself led between two pillars which […]

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THE BOY WITH THE BIRD

162cm x 50cm x 42cm
Resin and spray paint
1999

A companion-piece to ‘THE GIRL WITH A BIRD’.

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JOB

100cm x 40cm x 35cm
Resin
2000

Job was heaped with misfortunes and eventually became angry with God. The artist here evokes the rage and bewilderment people can feel at the unevenness of human destiny.

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ABRAHAM AND ISAAC

42cm x 26cm x 26cm
Bronze
1987

Abraham was ordered by God to take his son Isaac up into Mt. Moriah and sacrifice him. This poignant version shows the father, holding his beloved son to his breast and hiding the sacrificial knife from him, staring up at God in mute, questioning anguish.

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RUTH AND NAOMI

65cm x 35cm x 17cm
Plaster
1977

From the story of Ruth and her Mother-in-law Naomi.

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MOSES & THE BATTLE OF THE AMELECHS

54cm x 33cm x 18cm
Bronze
1976

On their flight from slavery, the Israelites encountered the Amelechs, a hostile tribe. God told Moses that as long as he held up his arms, his people would prevail. Two elders helped him, but none looked at the battle. The artist saw this as an analogy of all wars.

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JACOB & THE ANGEL

55cm x 35cm x 23cm
Bronze
1975

When Jacob was leading his family and flocks back to his birthplace, he encountered a stranger who fought with him all night, eventually subduing him with a touch on his hip. When he withdrew, the angel renamed him Israel, which means ‘He who strives with God’, implying that perhaps the angel was God.

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MOSES AND THE TABLETS

60cm x 17cm x 15cm
Bronze
1974

Depicts Moses’ return from Mt. Sinai, bringing the tablets of the law to the Israelites en route to the Promised Land.

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REFUGEE WOMAN

86cm x 20cmm x 20cm
Resin
1980

Alone and afraid, a woman looks back at her war torn country for the last time.

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NOAH & THE DOVE

74cm x 15cm x 27cm
Plaster
1984

After the biblical flood, Noah, from the ark he had built at God’s instruction to save two of every kind, sent forth a dove to see if it could find dry land. The keynote of this sculpture is hope that springs eternal.

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THE MARK OF CAIN

67cm x 18cm x 11cm
Aluminium
1988

Cain, son of Adam and Eve, having killed his brother Abel, is sent by God out into the world with an indelible mark on his forehead to proclaim him a fratricide.

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HAGAR & ISHMAEL

80cm x 20cm x 20cm
Bronze
1982

Hagar, Abraham’s second wife, is sent out into the desert with her son Ishmael, by first wife Sarah who feared Abraham favoured Ishmael over her son, Isaac. According to legend, the two boys were each the founders of great nations, Ishmael the Arabs and Isaac the Jews.

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FLEEING MOTHER & CHILD

70cm x 20cm x 20cm
Plaster
2012

A study of a mother seeking safety for herself and her child. One of the last works the artist was able to make.

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CAIN & ABEL

75cm x 66cm x 42cm
Resin
2002

Cain, son of Adam and Eve, became jealous of his brother Abel because God seemed to favour Abel’s sacrifice of grain over Cain’s of meat, so he slew his brother with a stone.

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BOY ON A HORSE

102cm x 70cm x 30cm
Resin and spray paint
1998

This piece refers back to bucolic kibbutz days when the artist was a shepherd and used to ride out with the flock to pasture.

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FLEEING FAMILY

72cm x 36cm x18cm
Resin
1995

The artist was always deeply concerned with the plight of refugees. This is one of his evocations of families fleeing famine, war or other disasters.

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FAMILY IN FLIGHT

85cm x 33cm x 20cm
Resin
1993

Another view of the horrors of ordinary people in times of war.

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SELF PORTRAIT

48cm x 30cm 30cm
Plaster
1960

Made in Kibbutz Yas’ur.

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THE BURNING BUSH

82cm x 37cm 33cm
Metal (Brass Sheeting) and Resin
1990

“The bush that burns and burns, but is not consumed” – God’s proof to Moses – is the artist’s analogy of the Jewish people, who, despite centuries of persecution climaxing in the fires of the Holocaust, were not destroyed.

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WARNING MAN

90cm x 40cm x 25cm
Resin
1994

One in the ‘Refugee’ series, showing a man running to warn his fellows of some oncoming disaster.

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