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Isaac Frenkel Frenel or Yitzhak Frenkel- Frenel was a Russian artist who was born in 1899 in the Ukraine and who died in 1981 in Tel Aviv. He was a great-grandson of the famed Rabbi Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev. In 1917, he studied under Aleksandra Ekster at the Art Academy in Odessa. Frenkel immigrated to Palestine in 1919. In 1920, he established the artists' cooperative in Jaffa and an artists' studio in Herzliya. Later that year Frenkel traveled to Paris where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and at the Academie de la Grande at the studios of the sculptor Antoine Bourdelle and painter Henri Matisse. On his return in 1925, Frankel opened a studio in Tel Aviv. He strove to bring the spirit of Parisian art to Palestine. In 1973, his house reopened as a museum showcasing his work. In July 1978, Frenkel had a one-man show at the Orangerie in Paris. Expressionist works of Frenkel pinpoint the expression of inner experience rather than solely realistic portrayal, seeking to depict not objective reality but the subjective emotions and responses that objects and events arouse in them. His exalts colours reveal his most hidden emotions and express passion and drama. When he paints his wife Ilana, the colours express an erotical explosion.