Chaim Goldberg (1917-2004)

Chaim Goldberg was the youngest person to be accepted to the Polish Academy of Art at the age of seventeen. His work can be found in 32 museums worldwide including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian, The Modern Museum of Art, and Yad Vashem. He knew Marc Chagall and influenced him despite being much younger. Isaac Bashevis Singer, the Nobel Prize winner in Literature also knew him and praised his work glowingly: “Because the shtetl’s very essence was faith, it could not be destroyed. It keeps on living and nourishing our arts. Our roots are still there. It will remain forever the Jewish artist’s address and source of inspiration. “Chaim Goldberg came from the Shtetl and remembers its every detail. He is never abstract but is true to the objects and their divine order. His work is enriching Jewish art and the image of our tradition.”

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