In 1981, she received the Jacques O’Hana Prize for the Young Israeli Artist from Tel Aviv Museum, and in 1994 was recognized with the Minister of Science and the Arts Prize.
The use of Christian motifs in her work appeared first in a series of paintings known as the “Tel Hai” cycle, created between 1974 and 1978. Getter started painting the series just after the Yom Kippur War, a defining moment for many Israelis. In Israeli culture, Tel Hai embodies the ideal of heroism. In March 1920, Arabs attacked the small Upper Galilee outpost of Tel Hai, killing the acclaimed Zionist military leader Joseph Trumpeldor. The...
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