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Location: Toronto, Canada - Posted November 12, 2014 10:19 pm
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I was recently given Views of Israel, 12 drawings by Joel Rohr. Lovely as it is, unfortunately I don't have space to display the pictures. The envelope is a little torn at the opening but the prints are in perfect condition. I would appreciate anyone letting me know where I could sell them. Thank you.

Location: CA - Posted June 20, 2014 6:05 pm
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Rosalyn Chatt

I have a copy of Joel Rohr's book, "Israel Landscapes and People" given to me as a prize when I graduated from Gratz College in 1968, the Anna Breskman Finger Memorial Award. It's always been very special to me and I've always loved it.

Location: London, England - Posted January 26, 2014 5:20 am
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Jean Gaffin

About 55 years ago I was visiting family in Jerusalem with my small daughter and got totally lost. I asked the way of a helpful man who took us back to the main road and told us that he was an artist and as it was on the way showed me his studio. I bought a numbered print of a painting not shown here of cyclamen in the foreground and the windmill and the rest of Jerusalem below. It was one of those very special encounters still remembered at a time when much is forgotten. The painting is on the wall as I type.

Location: United States - Posted June 2, 2013 2:36 pm
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Gerry Hemming

Your site is a great tribute to Joel and his legacy. Here's a 1956 watercolor I recently acquired that you might enjoy. It's similar to other views of the olive groves and kibbutz I have found online. Thanks.

Location: West Hurley, NY - Posted March 18, 2012 3:19 pm

Ann Silverman

I have a serigraph that my parents bought in Jerusalem in the 1960's at his studio. When I went to Israel in 1972 or 75, I found pictures (photocopies) that I hung on my wall in the kibbutz I was living. I didn't know at the time it was the work of the same artist whose work hung in my parent's home since the 60's On a trip to Jerusalem (I'm not sure if it was in 72 or 75, I was wandering around the artist's quarters and saw a picture in a window of an artist's studio, the same picture that hung in my parent's home. Only then did I put it together. I did stop in to chat. My father passed in 2007 at 95 years of age. I took the serigraph with me. The name of this piece is Western Wall (serigraph 1947) J.Rohr 3 Yemin Moshe or Monte St. (can't be sure) Jerusalem.

Location: Brooklyn, NY - Posted December 4, 2010 11:40 pm
Website - Email: avilewis [at] yahoo [dot] com

Avi Lewis

I have two of Yoel Rohr's paintings. One is of Ein Kerem, which had belonged to my parents, the other a coastal scene,I believe in or near old Jaffe, which I bought from Yoel myself. Both are behind glass, but I'll try to photograph them and send the files to you if they come out reasonably.

Location: NY - Posted July 8, 2009 11:07 am
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You probably have Rohr's book "Israel Landscapes"

Location: los angeles - Posted May 18, 2009 2:28 pm
Email: jacintodelapaz [at] gmail [dot] com


Hello. Thank you for dedicating this site to Mr. Rohr. He is a great artist that has inspired me to continue my own work. I recently found one of his original paintings entitled "Citadel of David" and I would like to sell it to someone. Sadly, I must let it go to good hands since I am always moving. I want it to be better taken care of. If anyone is interested, please email me for more info.
Thank You very much.

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