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Soul and Art Fine Art Gallery

Abraham Sade Square, Safed, Israel
+972 4-697-3682
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Small gallery filled with beautiful treasures, large and small!

When my family travels, I try to find a special something made locally to bring home. This lovely... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
TEvans37
Nicky Imber documentary

Was shown a documentary of the amazing life of the artist Nicky Imber here. My 13 year old son, an... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Philip M
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Abraham Sade Square, Safed, Israel
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When my family travels, I try to find a special something made locally to bring home. This lovely gallery had a beautiful selection of pieces made by local artists. We found a stunning piece by Batia, hand painted and adorned with beautiful crystals, that we...More

1  Thank TEvans37
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Was shown a documentary of the amazing life of the artist Nicky Imber here. My 13 year old son, an aspiring artist himself, found that experience to be one of the most inspiring activities during our trip to Israel. I bought some art here as...More

2  Thank Philip M
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Reviewed 12 June 2018

Unfortunately I missed Soul Art Gallery the first time I visited Tzfat or Safed but this time I made it a priority after hearing about the wide selection of one of a kind pieces of art. Not a place to missed. Their amazing collection and...More

1  Thank sollycohen
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

We bought a piece from the gallery, it was delivered to our house in perfect condition. The transaction was smooth and we feel we got a piece that will be a great reminder of our stay in Israel from a local artist. At this point,...More

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

I've been a major admirer of the great Marc Chagall for a while and it was a pleasure to finally see a wide selection of his original lithographs and paintings in the Soul Art Gallery. Didn't see Chagall at all on this trip or this...More

2  Thank Pbregman121
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Reviewed 30 April 2018

Was blown away by the selection of Nicky Imber sculptures having just come from Karmiel and seeing the Holocaust memorial designed by him. They run presentations of his art and history in great detail and have an exclusive on his pieces in the North. The...More

3  Thank bmack2018
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

This gallery is amazing. The people who work here are so nice and friendly. You can even take photographs in this gallery. We even got to meet a local artist during our visit. There are so many fabulous art pieces here. One of the most...More

2  Thank Sharon M
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

We enjoyd the visit very much. We bougt an item that was delivered in Denmark 4 days later. I give the galery my very best recomandations

1  Thank 31ester3
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

Our Gate 1 tour stopped here. I was very excited to see that the gallery featured the work of Nicky Imber, a famous artist and sculptor. Imber was a Holocaust survivor from Dachau, who had an amazing escape. He devoted his life's work to commemorating...More

1  Thank Harriet S
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Really smart staff and a stunning gallery itself. From Nicky Imber to Kadishman to my favorite Chaggal this gallery was hands down the greatest selection of fine Jewish art I have seen in a very long time. They also have an amazing presentation on Nicky...More

2  Thank abie558
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imrego2001
I recently purchased a Marc Chagall lithograph while on vacation (Feb 9th). When I was at the gallery I was told by Moshe that the piece was about the creation of man. When I googled the painting at the hotel I was able to confirm it as “creation of man.” Now that I am in receipt of the lithograph I have a few concerns: 1). The certificate of authenticity furnished calls the lithograph “angel and heaven”, which I have not been able to find anywhere as a reference. Secondly, the creation of man depiction is flipped meaning when I view it on the internet the original had the angel on the left and heaven on the right contrary to the litho I was given with the angel in the right and heaven on the left. Finally the signature line does not appear genuine. Is it merely a stamp? So my concerns center around whether this limited edition lithograph is more like a really expensive poster. I previously sent an email to you over a week ago but have not heard a response. Please kindly respond to my concerns.
4 March 2018|
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Response from sspc | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I never got an email from you until today. What you are describing seems to be commonplace with this gallery. Here are my comments; if you are facing the piece, either in person on the internet, they should be... More
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ksal425
4 October 2016|
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Response from Light W |
this question dosent match the Posting guidelines... also google can easily help you...
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