14 Bialik street, Tel Aviv



Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday - 10:00-15:00

Tuesday - 10:00-20:00

Saturdays & Holidays - 11:00-14:00

Closed on Sundays



Busses no. 4, 16, 18, 24, 25

stop at the corner of Bialik street and Allenby Rd.

Parking available at Bezalel parking and Mograbi Square parking

Full accessibility to wheelchairs

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Rubin's early paintings painted in Roumania following W.W.1 were rarely exposed during his lifetime, but many have surfaced since and they shed light on his artistic development and a wider cultural and historical context. These early works help the viewer to reveal the influences on Rubin's art during his studies in Paris and his journeys in Europe: early Byzantine art (which he saw in churches in Roumania of his childhood), Italian Renaissance art, early 20th century symbolism and the art of Swiss painter Ferdinand Hodler.