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Image:Modigliani Renée the Blonde.JPG|Renée the Blonde, [[Amedeo Modigliani]]
 
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Image:Chagall Moses receiving the tables of the law.jpg|Moses receiving the tables of the law, [[Marc Chagall]]
 
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Image:Nussbaum The Refugee.jpg|The Refugee, Felix Nussbaum
 
Image:Nussbaum The Refugee.jpg|The Refugee, Felix Nussbaum

Revision as of 17:25, 28 January 2014

Gallery of Jewish Painting

From the Jewish masters


New York 1913 by Max Weber (Painter).
Naphtali Franks by Thomas Hudson, 18th century.
Naphtali Franks (head of the Ashkenazi community in London) by Thomas Hudson, 18th century.

Continue to Part II More Jewish paintings.

See also

The Jewish Bride by Isidor Kaufman.
Love for the Torah by Theodor Tolby
Ronnie Landfield, Secrets of the Spirit.

External links

Flowers by Anna Ticho.


Still Life with Soup Tureen by Chaim Soutine

Klee Alea Jacta.jpg
Alea Jacta by Paul Klee.



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