Aryeh (Leo) Lubin was born in 1897 in the United States of America. In 1913 he immigrated to Israel.
He began his studies in Chicago but quit when he joined the Jewish Brigade in World War I.
During his artistic career Lubin won many prizes including the John Quincy Adams Prize for Study Abroad in 1922, the Ramat Gan Panorama Prize in 1956, the Olympic Committee Prize for Sports Subjects in 1957 the Dizengoff Prize for Painting also in 1957.
He also participated at the Venice Biennale three times in the years 1948, 1950 and1960 and twice at the Sao Paolo Biennale in 1953 and 1958
In 1978 Lubin was named an Honorary Citizen of the city of Tel Aviv.
Aryeh Lubin Died in 1980.