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Life from a golden armchair
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April 3, 2014 10:47
Bezalel-trained Yohanan Lakicevic exhibits his dry yet charming renderings of Israeli retirement.
‘If there be no policeman, there need be no judge.’ – Midrash Tanhuma

‘If there be no policeman, there need be no judge.’ – Midrash Tanhuma. (photo credit:Courtesy)

Some have daytime jobs, others put in long hours at their desk, but it is hard to imagine many people who are as devoted to – one might even say obsessed with – their vocation as Yohanan Lakicevic.

While he awaited my arrival at a small hotel in Jerusalem last week, the 71-years-young Lakicevic launched into a charming sketch of some of the greenery surrounding the front yard.

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