Oyfn veg shteyt a boym, Sung by Chava Alberstein Ilex Beller was born in 1914, in Grodzisko,  a Jewish village in the sout...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Lindas pinturas que retratam a vida no Shteitel

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  1. 1. Oyfn veg shteyt a boym, Sung by Chava Alberstein Ilex Beller was born in 1914, in Grodzisko,  a Jewish village in the south of Poland. In 1936 he joined the International Brigades in Spain and was wounded in the B attle of Teruel. In 1939, he served as a volunteer in a French army infantry unit. In 1940 he was severely wounded during the campaign of Peronne on the River Somme and was decorated for bravery. In 1944, after the liberation, he worked as a furrier in Paris. He had always dreamed of painting so after his retirement at the age of 59 he devoted himself to art. His works have been exhibited in the cultural center of the Marais in Paris and in the Gallery of Fine Arts in Brussels. Some of his paintings are now in the Museum of Arts Naïve on the Ile de France and the Yad Vashem Museum in Jerusalem. His paintings emulate his childhood memories, he portrays a vanished world, a thousand-year-old Jewish life on Polish soil, which the Nazis have destroyed forever. He belongs to the last generation of Polish Jews, and thus is cognizant of the life in the Schtetl.  As a painter of memory, he gives us the Schtetl as seen through the eyes of a young boy, in a mixture of reality and dream where his colors delight us. ILEX BELLER, Naïve Painter. Part 2 Paintings of Ilex Beller, collected by Arthur
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