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Beit Rubin Museum

14 Bialik Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-525-5961
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Gorgeous art museum with a side of Israeli history

I confess to not knowing of Rubin's art but was stunned by his work. A gorgeous profusion of... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2016
summertraveller2015
,
New Zealand
Beautiful

Very interesting museum. We love his works! The film also helped to understand him as a person and... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2016
Girsuli
,
Vilnius County, Lithuania
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14 Bialik Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

I confess to not knowing of Rubin's art but was stunned by his work. A gorgeous profusion of post-impressionism and naive style wrought around the establishment of the state of Israel. Extremely helpful staff. Audioguide excellent.

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Reviewed 16 April 2016 via mobile

Very interesting museum. We love his works! The film also helped to understand him as a person and as an artist.

Thank Girsuli
Reviewed 2 April 2016

This is the house of Reuven Rubin (1893-1974), one of Israel's major artists. It has been converted to a gallery which has a permanent exhibit consisting of Rubin's paintings. In addition, there is an A-V presentation of Rubin's life, and a reconstruction of his original...More

Thank Doc A
Reviewed 1 April 2016

The Rubin collection is tastefully laid out in a beautiful old building on Bialik Street in Tel Aviv. There is an interesting video in which an elderly Rubin talks about his paintings.

Thank Nhiker
Reviewed 31 March 2016

In the center of Tel-Aviv quiet Bialik Street with some nice Bauhaus School houses,The rubin family turned the ellegant mansion to Rubin Museum,with good collection of Reuvens works the original attelie and furnitures and some changing exhibits

Thank airport2015
Reviewed 26 March 2016

If you are into Rubin paintings and appreciate art in general then visit this place. Location is tucked in a very conspicuous street.

Thank Jun T
Reviewed 20 February 2016 via mobile

Not many of the paintings on display were those of Reuven Rubin. His studio is on display on the top floor & there is a nice video narrated by the artist. There are copies of many historical photos up there with labels in multiple languages.

Thank Susie B
Reviewed 17 January 2016

Reuvin Rubin was a Romanian painter who trained in Romania and Paris. He came to Palestine and flourished in Israel. Intensely romantic, his pictures of women are glorious to see. His lithos are striking in their beauty. Look him up on the internet to get...More

Thank markaruja
Reviewed 28 December 2015

The house on Bialik street was a refuge from the poring rain outside. Although much of the artwork on the first and second floors are surprisingly devoid of Rubin's art, they are works by various Israeli artists. I picked up a copy of "Bouquet of...More

Thank MarshaGourmand
Reviewed 31 October 2015

Finally a museum of one artist where you actually do get see a wide spectrum and a big number of his works. In this house you can see how and where Rubin painted, learn a lot about his life and enjoy a great collection of...More

Thank Eli_the_guide
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