Even if I hadn't been a camouflage officer in the Israeli army at the tender age of 16 during the siege of Jerusalem of 1948, I would have been able to tell you that 600 km under the serene mountain of olive trees and terraces of my real estate lurks the most powerful bomb in the world exploding away like there was no tomorrow.
This landscape painting by Mati Klarwein, painted between 1985-1987, demonstrates the extraordinary level of detail that is a hallmark of his work. He is known to have sometimes used a brush containing a single hair. The scene is of his beloved Mallorca, not far from his home there.
You are viewing a page on an old version of this site. See our new gallery at www.matiklarweinart.com/artworkgallery.php
This site is an affiliate of Blick Art Materials. Visit Blick Art Materials for an extensive range of art materials and supplies.