Samuel Hirszenberg

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Samuel Hirszenberg (Lodz 1865 - Jerusalem 1908) was a Polish painter. For his painting "Yeszybolen", he received a silver medal at the Paris Exposition of 1889. He studied in Munich with Gottlieb; there he would have had occasion to see the Kaulbach painting: The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus (An Anti-Jewish Allegory).

He initially painted genre scenes, then landscapes, portraits, decorative compositions and symbolic scenes with Jewish motifs and later postimpressionistic landscapes and portraits of the Jews and Arabs. [1]

Hirszenberg Capri.jpg

In 1899, Hirszenberg painted one of the first Wandering Jew images created by a Jewish artist, it is still one of the most powerful. [2]

Hirszenberg The Wandering Jew.jpg

The Wandering Jew

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