Menashe Kadishman (1932 – 2015, Israel) Sheep’s Face – This vibrant piece in a rainbow of colors is a limited-edition screen print on stiff wove paper. Measurements are 33.25 x 25 inches and the work of art is hand signed in green, and numbered 45/99. Provenance: Michael Hittleman Gallery. The Hittleman Gallery in Los Angeles was known for exhibiting a broad range of Israeli fine art ranging from the early pioneers to the leading avant-garde artists. Shipping is free in the USA. Early in his life, Kadishman lived on an Israeli kibbutz and his experience there included tending sheep. Years later, in 1995, he was inspired by his kibbutz work and began painting brightly colored sheep heads. Over a period of two years, he created over one thousand different sheep portraits.