Dizengoff Prize


Dizengoff Prize
Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture
Awarded for painting and sculpture
Presented by Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo
Country Israel
First awarded 1937

The Dizengoff Prize for Painting and Sculpture is awarded annually by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality since 1937.






The following is a table of Dizengoff Prize laureates in their respective art form[1]:

Year Painting Sculpture
1937 Aharon Avni, Moshe Mokady, Aire Fein, Shimshon Holzman, Chaim Glicksberg
1938 Alef Kahana, Nachum Gutman, David Hendel, Menachem Shemi, Meron Sima, Shmuel Ovadia, Arieh Allweil, Yitzhak Frenkel Trude Chaim
1939 Pinchas Litvinovsky, Yishai Kulbiansky, Arie Navon
1940 Arie Orland, Meron Sima, Mordechai Levanon Willy Levin
1941 Moshe Castel, Chaim Schwarz, Avigdor Steimatzky, Arie Aroch, Amiram Tamari
1942 Moshe Mokady, Joseph Zaritsky, Menachem Shemi
1943 Yisrael Paldi Moshe Sternschuss
1944 Yechezkel Streichman, Arie Fein, Joseph Kossonogi Batya Lishanski
1945–1946 Robert Bazer, Marcel Janco, Eliahu Sygard, Yochanan Simon, Moshe Castel, David Hendler, Esther Lurie Yitzhak Danziger, Dov Feigin
1947–1948 Aharon Avni, Aliza Bak, Yitzhak Frenkel, Yaakov Aizensher, Yechiel Krize, Chaya Schwartz, Peretz Rozenfeld, Zvi Schorr Aharon Priwer, Moshe Ziffer, Michael Karre
1950–1951 Marcel Janco, Moshe Mokady, Zvi Meirovitz, Menachem Shemi, Leon Isaacov, Yochanan Ben-Yaakov, Blanca Tauber, Moshe Proppes Elul Kosso, Shoshana Heiman, Rudi Lehmann, Arie Resnik
1953 Shalom Sabba, Aharon Kahana , Yochanan Simon, Isidor Ascheim, Aviva Ury Ze'ev Ben-Zvi
1954 Aharon Giladi, Yechezkel Streichman, Joseph Kossonogi Yechiel Shemi
1956 Nachum Gutman, Chaim Glicksberg, Yosl Bergner, Avigdor Stematsky Moshe Sternschuss
1957 Arieh Lubin, Leo Kahn, Naftali Bezem Batya Lishanski
1958 Ephraim Lifshits, Mina Zisslman Mordechai Pitkin
1959 Israel Paldi, Shraga Weil Zahara Schatz
1960 Jean David, Elchanan Halperen, Chaya Schwartz Aharon Priwer
1961 Yochanan Simon, Mordechai Levanon, Zvi Meirovitz, Mordechai Arieli
1962 Yaakov Tesler, Yosef Halevi, Sima Slonim
1963 David Meshullam Zvi Aldouby
1964 Gershon Davidovitch, Yechezkel Kimchi, Reuven Rubin (honorary award)
1965 John Byle Buky Schwartz
1966 Tzila Naman, Kalman Hak Rudi Lehmann, Pinchas Eshet
1967 Pinchas Abramovitz, Michael Gross Shoshana Heiman
1969 Yechezkel Streichman, Kalman Hak Robert Bazer
1976 Osias Hofstatter, Hava Mehutan, Oded Feingersh Yaakov Loutchansky (honorary award)
1978 Eliahu Gat, Raffi Lavie
1982 Avigdor Luisada, Lea Nikel
1985 Uri Lifschitz Yigal Tumarkin
1990 Shlomo Vitkin Menashe Kadishman
1997 Michal Naaman, Jan Rauchwerger
2001 Michail Grobman, Drora Domini, Gil Shani
2005 Pinchas Cohen Gan, Eli Petel
2009 David Reeb

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