Watercolor and gouache impressionist painting of the Dead Sea in Israel, signed in pencil at lower right in modern Hebrew script as "Hana Bar(-on)" or "Chana Bar(-on) and dated there 1970. Below that in Hebrew is written "iam hamelach" (Dead Sea). I am not able to read Hebrew but was able to show this to a Hebrew reader. The work measures 13 1/2" by 19 1/4", and is presently unframed. It can be shipped between boards or in the plastic poster box in which it is presently loosely housed. There does not appear to be a listed artist by this name but she was obviously talented. The work is highly impressionistic, ethereal and suggestive, almost in an abstract way. It is difficult to photograph properly; even the camera has difficulty focusing automatically.
Vintage Israeli watercolor painting of the Dead Sea signed and dated 1970