Born in Bukovina, Romania.
Eisenscher acquired his artistic education in The Arts Academy of Vienna.
He worked in Paris for five years and immigrated to Israel in 1935.
He taught at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem for 15 years.
Eisenscher often painted Israeli landscapes and stood out for his unique geometric/cubist style and his exuberant color fields.
In 1954, he unveiled a series of of colorful wood-cuts titled: “ Beautiful is the Landscape of Israel”.
His work was shown in many Solo Exhibitions across Israel.
Eisensher participated in group exhibitions across the globe.
His painting: “ The eve of the 29th of November” appears in a national stamp and exhibited
in the Israeli Parliament building.
1953 He participated in the San Paolo Bienalle
1957 Participated in the Venice Biennale
Awards and Prizes
1947 The Dizengoff Prize
1958 The Haifa Municipality Prize