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(Israeli, 1898 - 1980)

Nahum Gutman was an Israeli visual artist who was born in 1898. Nahum Gutman has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Engel Gallery, Tel Aviv and at the Engel Gallery, Jerusalem. Numerous works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Haifa Port' sold at Sotheby's New York 'Israeli & International Art' in 2011 for $194,500. There have been Several articles about Nahum Gutman, including 'Israeli Art Market on the Rise' written for MutualArt in 2012. The artist died in 1980.

Auction Results

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Nahum Gutman, Haifa
watercolor and...
Lot 56
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Nahum Gutman, Figures by the sea of Galilee
Watercolor on paper
Figures by the sea of Galilee
Lot 243
Nahum Gutman, Figures and Donkeys
Watercolor on paper
Figures and Donkeys
Lot 34
Nahum Gutman, Synagogue
Watercolor and...
Lot 35

Selected Events

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Israel / Ramat Gan : Auction
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Israel / Ramat Gan : Auction
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Latest News & Articles

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Israeli Art Market on the Rise
Temperature isn’t the only thing heating up in the...
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Nahum Gutman: Who Says or Longing for Mr. Gamzo, Nahum Gutman Museum, Israel, Tel Aviv
Selected Group Exhibitions
נק. ציון - עץ Waypoint - Tree, Engel Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel, Jerusalem
New Spring, Engel Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel, Tel Aviv
The Jews in Orientalism, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire du Judaisme, France, 3e
What Is Interpreting Tradition?, Nahum Gutman Museum, Israel, Tel Aviv