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Avraham Naton (1906 - 1959)
Avraham Naton was born in 1906, in Bucharest, Romania.
Avraham Naton studied at the Bucharest Art Academy from 1930-35. After graduating from the Academy, Naton immigrated to Palestine where he worked as a lithographer, winning the Dizengoff prize in 1942.
In Israel he settled first in Givat Haim and later in Ramat Gan. From the 1940’s he worked as an art teacher in Ramat Gan and Givatayim. In 1948 he worked as an illustrator at Bamahane newspaper. He was one of the founders of the New HorizonGroup. Between 1952-1959 he was a member of the Milo Club and served as the club secretary.
Naton's work simultaneously combines abstract cubism with figurative modes creating a strong sense of structure and tonality.He participated in the Venice Biennale in 1952 and in the Sao Paolo Biennale in 1953.
He believed that the artist should free himself from the past in order to march with the time towards the future.
Avraham Naton died in 1959.