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Yael Avi-Yonah was born in Jerusalem, a graduate of Bezalel Academy of Art. Her father was the distinguished archaeologist and historian, Michael Avi-Yonah, who provided her with the rich background in art, archeology and bible, which emanates from her works. Thousands of her prints and serigraphs on Jerusalem landscapes and biblical subjects have been sold throughout the world. Her series of oil portraits of 15 great contemporary Israeli authors was exhibited at the Jerusalem International Book Fair in 1984 and abroad. In 1987 she completed a series of paintings on the 12 Tribes for the Yad L'Mordechai synagogue in Jerusalem. Since 1988 she worked on a series of works in oil and mixed media on canvas and wood in a new and original style of anaglyfic art. Her themes were inspired by Jewish mysticism and the Kabbalah and include the Angels of the Divine Chariot , the Four Supernal Worlds , the New City and Hologramic Energies. Her works were on display in the Jewish Museum in London, as well as galleries in Israel and abroad. Until her demise on October 24th, 2012, she lived in Jerusalem with her husband, the artist, Dov Lederberg, who now administers her estate. See link below for more information: