Chaim Goldberg (1907-2014) was a Jewish artist, painter, sculptor, and engraver. Born in Kazimierz-Dolny, he is best known for his work that chronicled Jewish Shtetl life and Holocaust era art.He studied at the Mehoffer Krakow High School for Fine Arts and later at the Academy of Fine arts in Warsaw. In 1967, he moved to America and continued to paint, sculpt, and create line engravings of his village characters.His subject matter widened in 1974,and he began a series of work on the circus, inspired Emmet Kelly Jr. Circus. His body of work on this theme included paintings, watercolors, and sculptures carved in wood and aggregate concrete.