A welcoming open hand spells out the word “Shalom” in Hebrew and English. Shalom means peace and is the first word Israelis speak with greeting each other and the last word when saying goodbye.
Reisinger was born in Kanjiza, Yugoslavia, to a family of craftsmen who decorated buildings throughout the Balkans. He was hidden by Serbian families during the Nazi occupation. Most of his family, including his father, did not survive the Holocaust. In 1949, he immigrated to Israel with his mother and stepfather.
Reisinger is largely noted for his graphic design work as well as the creation of over three hundred posters, including this bold and heartfelt work of art.
Medium: Color Lithograph
Materials: Ink, Paper
Artist: Dan Reisinger
Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition
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