A love letter to Italy

Renowned artist Helen Bar-Lev showcases he work in Haifa.

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September 22, 2016 20:27
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Helen Bar-Lev

Helen Bar-Lev with her paintings. The unframed pictures are from her recent visit to Italy, while the framed ones depict the Israeli landscape. (photo credit: JOHNMICHAEL SIMON)

 
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Renowned artist Helen Bar-Lev paints beautiful landscapes, so it is not surprising that she lives and works in Metulla, once had a studio in Safed, travels to Italy to find the most beautiful subjects for her art and exhibits in Haifa.

After all, the north of Israel and indeed Italy are famous for their verdant countryside and quaint villages, winding alleys and homes with picturesque doors and windows.

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