TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – The Tel Aviv Museum of Art
holds numerous works by important Italian artists several of which are presently
on show. Gino Severini is represented by one of his famous
Futurist paintings from c. 1915, the portrait of Mrs. Meyer-See,
a socialite and the wife of a well-known London art dealer, as well as by
Dancers at Monico’s (c. 1910), reflecting the influence of
Neo-Impressionism, and Still Life with Mandolin (1918), a characteristic example
of his variant of Cubism.