Melekh ha-falafel mi-Yerushalayim
מלך הפלאפל מירושלים
- Hebrew, English. In Hebrew and English.
- Physical description
- 1 folder
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|MISC 1962 OS||In-library use|
- A portfolio of Moshe El-Nathan's paintings, with introductory text by Yona Fischer and issued by Engel Gallery Jerusalem. Includes the paintings Flowers in a Vase, Moses and Aaron on the River Bank, Freemasonic Painting, Ideal Landscape, Offering of Flowers, Landscape with Missiles, Aliyah, and A Sharon Settlement.
- Painting, Israeli.
- Publication date
- Title Variation
- El-Nathan the King of Falafel from Jerusalem
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- Cite as
- [identification of item], Melekh ha-falafel mi-Yerushalayim (Misc 1962 OS). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- Purchase; 2016. Accession MSS 2016-085.
- Moshe El-Nathan (sometimes written Moshe Elnathan), was an Israeli painter. Born in Persia in 1904, he studied painting in his youth. He opened a falafel stall in Jerusalem called the "King of Falafel," but by the 1950s had dedicated himself to painting. El-Nathan died in 1969.
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