Abraham Noham is an Israeli painter and a sculptor, born in 1923 in Jerusalem and lived there ever since (for the last 15 years in Almon-Anatot, at the outskirts of Jerusalem).
Abraham's paintings themes are Jewish (The Bible, Jerusalem) and Zionist (Jerusalem, political views, eminent persons).
The style is diverse, from realistic to abstract-symbolic.
Abraham's sculptures are, mostly, of two human bodies entangled in each other.
In Abraham's home there is a museum-gallery, where his works are exhibited. 3 photographs of it are shown in this page.
This site shows a selection of Abraham's work.