Natan Berler was born in Switzerland
in 1912. When Natam was four years old, he moved to Poland,
where he received his first instruction in drawing.
In 1925 he moved to Argentina.
There he completed his studies at the “Academy of Belles
Artes” and at the “National Academy of Decorative
Arts of the Wation”. All under the tutelage of professors
Raul Mazza, Alberto Rossi, Antonio Alice and Pio Sanlivadino.
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He worked with Rodolfo Franco,
director of scenography at the renowned “Colour Theater”.
His continual pursuit of the Arts took him to Holland and
Later in 1972 he arrived in Israel
where at the kibutz Lehavot Habashan he did much of his printing
and drawing. Since 1982 he had been living at kibutz Shoval
where he continued his artistic trajectory. His work has been
exhibited in Lehavot Habashan; Haramati Gallery in Tel Aviv,
El monsaje Gallery in Buenos Aires, The Artists Gallery in
Tel Aviv, Instituto Aentifico Judio in Buenos Aires, kibutz
Shoval, kibutz Bet Kama and kibutz Mishmar ha Weyev.
There are also many of his works
in private collections in Argentina, The United States, Canada,
Belguim, South Africa, Australia and Israel.
Berler passed away in 1986 at the age of 74.