Zule Moskowitz

Zule Moskowitz - DGLM GalleryThe art of Zule Moskowitz is rooted in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Zule captured the romance and excitement of life in the artist's quarter, "Caminito," and was moved and inspired by the most famous artist of the time – Kinkila Martin. Martin inspired a revitalization of Caminito. The wish fulfillment of his stylized images of houses baptized with splashes of vibrant color transformed the community.

Cafe society took hold of Caminito and Moskowitz captures that laissez-faire attitude with her flowing pastels and bold paintings.

Using only her thumbs as tools to create the pastels, Zule, like Martin before her, makes rich color slashes as individual gestures that when taken as a whole, form an ever pleasing panorama. Women always dominate the works, with men playing a supporting, albeit, chivalric role. Horse drawn carriages and gas lit lampposts evoke a time that Zule will never let die. Trained and schooled in Argentina, Zule's dream of becoming an established and successful artist has come true. In 1962 she realized another dream, and moved her entire family across the world to the land of Israel were she still lives today.

Autumn - serigraph 12 X 11
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Buenos Aires I - Serigraph 15 X 19
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Buenos Aires II - Serigraph 19 X 15
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La Balesta - Serigraph 10 X 14
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Mar De Plata - Serigraph 10 X 13
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New Romance - Serigraph on canvas 12 X 9
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New Romance- Serigraph 12 X 9
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Old Bakery II - Serigraph 11 X 14
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Old Bakery II - serigraph on canvas11 X 14
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Two Couples - Serigraph 16 X 11
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La Vieja Panroeria - Serigraph 9 X 12
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La Vieja Panroeria - Serigraph on Canvas  9 X 12
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Sunday Afternoon - Serigraph 18 X 26
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