Talk:Samuel Hirszenberg

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The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, 1846.

(Zerstoerung Jerusalems durch Titus)

by Wilhelm von Kaulbach.

Kalbauch The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus.jpg

Hirszenberg’s painting (The Wandering Jew) is considered the second Jewish example of a Wandering Jew painting, after the 1876 self-portrait Ahasuerus by his mentor Maurycy Gottlieb. Avraham Ronen suggests Gottlieb’s painting was a response to Wilhelm von Kaulbach’s antisemitic The Destruction of Jerusalem, wherein a Wandering Jew figure is tormented by raging demons. [1] Also: [2] --User:Joaquín Martínez, talk 19:13, 10 October 2008 (EDT)