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Nature’s poet

The enigmatic Sigal Tsabari on self-portraits, horses and her grandmother’s kitchen towel.

'Waltz,' 2011-2013
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Sigal Tsabari is an extremely puzzling woman. This article about her and her art should probably have been written by another woman, or at the very least, by a man who is less obtuse and has a greater understanding of human nature.

Tsabari is a figurative painter who paints realistic images of nature, landscapes and people. She was, in fact, one of two winners of the 2012 Haim Shiff Prize for Figurative-Realist Art, which awarded her $10,000 and a solo exhibition of her work at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, currently ongoing. Her paintings of horses grazing in a meadow look like, well, horses grazing in a meadow.



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