A lively painting by world famous Israeli artist Yosl Bergner. It depicts the first years of Tel-Aviv foundation. Families with children have just arrived and settled there. They enjoy views and promenades along the sea. Israel Prize-winner Yosl Bergner said about his art: "I’m a story teller through paintings. I tell stories of how I feel. It’s my language. I’m a talker; I’m a schvitzer. A painting puts a certain form to it, but it’s not always that I like it." The main influence and the mastermind of the artist was Vincent Van Gogh.