Meir Panim delivers warmth, special care to families in need.
From Figure Through Abstraction
Chassidic Art Institute
375 Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn,
New York 11213;
(718) 774 9149
Noon – 7 p.m.; Sunday – Thursday:
Zev Markowitz, director
Until June 16, 2008
Deportation (1943), oil on canvas by Ben Wilson – Courtesy Chassidic Art Institute.
Freedom Child (1949), oil on canvas by Ben Wilson – Courtesy Chassidic Art Institute.
Burning Bush (1957), oil on canvas by Ben Wilson – Courtesy Chassidic Art Institute.
Yellow Ark (1975), oil on canvas by Ben Wilson – Courtesy Chassidic Art Institute.
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