Yankel Ginzburg (b. 1945), born in Alma-Ata in the Soviet Republic of Khazakhstan, is an Israeli painter and sculptor known for his monumental canvas paintings, acrylic sculptures, and tapestries.He attended the Academy of Art in Israel andsince 1969, has permanently resided and worked in the United States. His murals, large tapestries, and sculptures are often commissioned for government buildings and association headquarters. For three decades, his work has been exhibited world wide, including at the Bat-Yam Museum, Marc Chagall Museum, Scirball Museum, The Modern Museum of Art-Mexico, and the Cairo Museum. He had his American debut at the Washington Gallery of Art.