This image was made on the front of a postcard during Herman's two-and-a-half month visit to Israel at the end of 1952. The artist later recalled that he could not stop drawing and produced over 200 drawings in ten weeks, many of them of the Kibbutzniks. The strong, earthy figures and monumental forms show Herman's respect for those who worked the land.


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