Born in Jerusalem. Graduate of Bezalel Art Academy, studied art in Paris, Brussels & Madrid.
Blaish's works appear in various magazines, are sold in auctions and are in many collections in Israel and abroad.
Feingersh's work ranges between social realism, naturalism, pop-art and surrealism. As a vagabond-artist, he draw endless influences from all around the world, his world is abundant with personal and collective mythology, classic and modern influences, from the medieval art to Hieronymus Bosch and Thomas Huffman.
Feingersh was one of the 10+ Group, which encouraged the artist to be more experimental, to use as much materials from all kinds of media and techniques. The group succeeded in introducing considerable freshness into the Israel art scene of the 1960's.
1966 Lefranc Prize for young artist, Paris
1976 Dizengoff Prize, Tel-Aviv
1982 Stage design for ballet, “Psalms”, for the Kol Demama Company