Chai Sculpture by Zelig Segal


Segal was born in 1933 in Jerusalem and received a religious upbringing, educated in Yeshiva. He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art in 1949, and was awarded a scholarship through David Ben-Gurion. In 1964 he became the head of the gold and silver smith department of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, where he worked until 1968.  
Segal participated in major group exhibitions: The Tel-Aviv Museum in 1975, The Bertha Urdang Gallery New York in 1981, and the Israel Museum Jerusalem in 1981.  Many of his works are part of permanent exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The University Museum New York and The Israel Museum of Jerusalem Israel.

Measures: 6"wide, 4" tall, and 1.25" deep


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