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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Fabric Designed for Synagogue Curtains, 1959
    functional purpose and emphasizing the object s beauty through simplicity in form and line A pioneer of modern design of Jewish ceremonial art Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert fulfills the ideals of modernism and the biblical concept This is my God and I shall adorn Him Born near Heidelberg Germany to a traditional family Wolpert cherished his Jewish heritage Originally trained as a sculptor Wolpert later studied metalwork in Frankfurt with a silversmith who had taught at the Bauhaus Wolpert decided to devote himself to the creation of Jewish ceremonial art applying the new forms and principles of Bauhaus design to his work After the rise of Nazism Wolpert immigrated in 1933 to Palestine where he became professor and director of the metalcraft department at the New Bezalel Academy for Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem His teaching stressed simplicity and functional purity of design In 1956 Wolpert helped establish and consequently came to direct the Tobe Pascher Workshop at The Jewish Museum in New York For many years this workshop was the only one devoted exclusively to the creation of modern Jewish ceremonial art When Wolpert began working and teaching at the workshop he began to introduce variety and color into his work with new materials aluminum plastics fabrics and textiles Wolpert s designs fit appropriately into the contemporary home and synagogue Perhaps Wolpert s greatest contribution is his glorification of the Hebrew letter As an artist knowledgeable in the Hebrew tradition he had a kabbalistic love of the Hebrew alphabet Wolpert s ceremonial objects display imaginative versions of the ancient calligraphy His use of the letter combined with his knowledge of the appropriate verse invests his modern designs with an aura of tradition Wolpert used a frieze like motif of stylized Hebrew letters as the embellishment of this fiberglass textile woven for the draperies of the Larchmont Temple in Larchmont New York These repeating bands of text are actually a quotation from Ethics of the Fathers 5 23 a treatise of the Mishnah Be bold as a leopard light as an eagle swift as a deer and strong as a lion to do the will of Your Father who is in Heaven Wolpert reapplied the same design for another fabric in 1959 making fine design accessible to the masses Wolpert believed that one of a kind objects do not confer special importance leading him to create designs that permitted reproductions in order to place them within reach of many Source Adapted from Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 152 153 Bibliography Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 152 153 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Highlights article data cycle auto height calc data cycle timeout 0 data cycle easing linear data cycle speed 1000 data cycle carousel offset 120 data cycle throttle speed true data cycle manual trump false data cycle swipe true data

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  • The Jewish Museum - Search
    of the Lynch Victim Marion Palfi American b Germany 1907 1978 Hanukkah Lamp Memorial Plaque of the Great Synagogue of Danzig Marriage Contract Joseph s Brothers Bring His Coat to Jacob Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg Danish 1783 1853 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Hallah Cover Marriage Contract Marriage Dress Torah Mantle Marriage Contract of Esther Salvador Isaac de Castro Hanukkah Lamp Main Street Debbie Grossman American b 1977 Hanukkah Lamp Untitled Menashe Kadishman Israeli 1932 2015 Ruth Leonard secures a calf in her pasture Debbie Grossman American b 1977 Hanukkah Lamp Nell Leathers homesteader shooting hawks which have been carrying away her chickens Debbie Grossman American b 1977 Jean Norris and wife Virginia Norris homesteaders and town founders Debbie Grossman American b 1977 Torah Shield Image Not Available 770 The Original 770 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn Andrea Robbins American b 1963 Jessie Evans Whinery homesteader with her wife Edith Evans Whinery and their baby Debbie Grossman American b 1977 770 São Paulo Brazil Far View Andrea Robbins American b 1963 Luke Kgatitsoe in his house Magopa Ventersdorp district David Goldblatt South African b 1930 Image Not Available 770 Ramat Shlomo Jerusalem Israel Far View Andrea Robbins American b 1963 The Godfather Awaits the Child Der Gevatter erwartet das Kind Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Jews in the Synagogue Rembrandt van Rijn Dutch 1606 1669 Hanukkah Lamp Beaker of the Polin Burial Society Hanukkah Lamp Jowanov Hanukkah Lamp C S Hanukkah Lamp Purim Costume Sash Necklace Jephthah s Daughter Natan Heber Israeli b Poland 1902 1975 Study for Mural Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Study for Mural Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Mural Study for Synagogue Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Hanukkah Lamp Boy at a Desk from The Dead Class Tadeusz Kantor Polish 1915 1990 Untitled Candelabra Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Untitled Tablets of Moses Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Torah Case Samaritan Torah Case Tik Matar Ishmael ha Ramhi active mid 16th early 17th century Hanukkah Lamp Reynier de Haan 1712 1783 master 1731 Tablets of Moses Jacob s Ladder and Menorah Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Tablets of Moses Jacob s Ladder and Burning Bush Robert Motherwell American 1915 1991 Purim Costume Crown Hanukkah Lamp Karl Bitzel 1749 1823 master 1787 Torah Shield Georg Wilhelm Schedel 1698 1762 master 1722 Torah Shield Johann Adam Boller 1679 1732 master 1706 Hanukkah Lamp Joseph Reiner active 1826 1867 Destruction of the Ghetto Kiev Abraham Manievich American b Russia 1881 1942 Alms Container Alms Container of the Society for Care of the Sick Mogens Ballin Danish 1871 1941 Circumcision Set Circumcision Set of the Torres Family Hanukkah Lamp Hanukkah Lamp Bracia Henneberg 1868 1961 Hanukkah Lamp Hanukkah Lamp Barukh Shlomo Griegst b Lithuania 1889 1958 Hanukkah Lamp Inndustria Portion of a Synagogue Wall Hanukkah Lamp JR or TR Hanukkah Lamp Hanukkah Lamp Caspar Birckenholtz 1633 1690 master 1661 Hanukkah Lamp Hanukkah Lamp R

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  • The Jewish Museum - Search
    performances hands on art making and more are designed to engage general audiences families students and educators and visitors of all abilities explore our programs About Welcome About the JM Contact Connect FAQs Rentals Located on New York City s Museum Mile the Jewish Museum is a distinctive hub for art and Jewish culture for people of all backgrounds From our unique collection to our distinctive exhibitions and dynamic education programs there is always something to see and do learn more Support Membership Individual Giving Corporate Support Planned Giving Travel Program Special Events Become a member today Individual Corporate and Foundation support are crucial to furthering the Jewish Museum s mission to collect preserve exhibit and interpret art and Jewish culture View All Memberships Shop Open today from 11 am 5 45 pm See what s on today Search 6 search results Collection 6 results Self Portrait Lee Krasner American 1908 1984 Portrait of Peretz Hirshbein Chana Orloff French b Ukraine 1888 1968 Untitled Longing Béla Kádár Hungarian 1877 1956 The Sacrifice Jacques Lipchitz American and French b Lithuania 1891 1973 Portrait of Madame Peretz Hirshbein Chana Orloff French b Ukraine 1888 1968 Portrait of Vera List Larry Rivers American 1923 2002 Contact Us 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St New York NY 10128 Directions 212 423 3200 info thejm org Connect With Us Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Tumblr Pinterest Join Us Members enjoy valuable benefits including free admission discounts and previews of new exhibitions while helping the Museum to celebrate and share the rich artistic and cultural heritage of the Jewish people Become a member Terms Conditions Privacy Policy Press Accessibility About This Site 2016 The Jewish Museum TheJewishMuseum Gay Block and Malka Drucker A Recontextualized Ketubbah marriage contract ow ly YiXJP pic twitter com 06JHwtcU6U If all my

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  • The Jewish Museum - Search
    71 results Sabbath Festival Candlesticks PA and SS Sabbath Set Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Image Not Available Sabbath Candlesticks Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Sabbath Candlesticks Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Sabbath Candlesticks Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Sabbath Candlesticks Firm of Fraget 1824 1961 Image Not Available Sabbath Lamps Emily B Miller American b 1959 Sabbath Candlesticks Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Amulet Case or Sabbath Key Holder Keter Workshop Sabbath Festival Candlesticks Menahem Berman Israeli b 1929 Hanging Sabbath Lamp Moshe Zabari Israeli b 1935 Sabbath in the Kibbutz Yohanan Simon Israeli b Germany 1905 1976 Sabbath Festival Candlesticks Zelig Segal Israeli 1933 2015 Sabbath Candelabrum Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Sabbath Candelabrum Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Sabbath Candlesticks Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 The Conclusion of the Sabbath Sabbath Ausgang Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Wedding and Sabbath Festival Apron Rosa Korchemnaya née Shtein 1888 1963 Sabbath Festival Skullcap Sabbath Festival Candlesticks Sabbath Festival Cloth Buying Fish for the Sabbath in Frankfurt am Main Hermann Junker German 1838 1899 Sabbath Festival Lamp and Memorial Light Ushering in the Sabbath Sabbath Anfang Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Sabbath Festival Cap Sabbath Candlesticks Sabbath Festival Cloth Sabbath Festival Lamp Sabbath Festival Cloth Linen Studio Armadillo Hadas Kruk Israeli b 1970 Anat Stein Israeli b 1972 Sharon Samish Dagan Israeli b 1971 The Sabbath Breaker Stoned James Jacques Joseph Tissot French 1836 1902 Sabbath Rest Sabbath Ruhe auf der Gasse Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Hanukkah Lamp College Emil Shenfeld Israeli b Brazil 1952 Sabbath Candlesticks Adam Tihany Israeli b Transylvania 1948 Sabbath Festival Table Cloth or Food Cover Friday Evening Isidor Kaufmann Austrian b Hungary 1853 1921 Sabbath Towel Fanny and Bessie Lipschitz Synagogue Donation Recorder M Cohen Sabbath Max Weber American b Russia 1881 1961 Kiddush Cups Set of Six Vodka Beakers Used as Kiddush Cups Spice Container Spice Container I Ina Golub American b 1938 Hallah Cover The Foremothers Challah Cover Helène Aylon American b 1931 Sabbath Festival Table Cover Hanukkah Lamp Chabad Lubavitch Purim Pastry Mold Purim Pastry Mold Purim Pastry Mold Purim Pastry Mold Purim Pastry Mold Image Not Available Hallah Cover Eddie and Ben Andrea Stern American b 1966 Hallah Cover The Rabbi s Blessing Der Segen des Rabbi Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Eternal Light Kiddush Cup Blessed Alyssa Dee Krauss American b 1962 Still Life with Challah Max Weber American b Russia 1881 1961 Sabbath Festival Lamp Torah Shield The Return of the Volunteer Die Rückkehr des Freiwilligen Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Sabbath Max Weber American b Russia 1881 1961 Sabbath Festival Lamp Johann Valentin Schüler 1650 1720 master 1680 Hanukkah Lamp Jan Pogorzelski active before 1851 c 1910 Hanukkah Lamp Karl Dürschner active 1790 1805 Cooking Pot Spice Container Zelig Segal Israeli 1933 2015 Hanukkah Lamp Torah Mantle The Talmudists Max Weber American b Russia 1881 1961 Torah Ark Torah Ark from Adath Yeshurun

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Joseph Dwelleth in Egypt, c. 1896-1902
    Tissot may have been influenced by the new phenomenon of moving images While the painter s stab at historical veracity can easily be faulted by contemporary standards he nevertheless created rich romantic and accessible images These in turn have provided sources for biblical visualizations by filmmakers from D W Griffith to Steven Spielberg In the imaginative truth of his reconstructions the artist fell prey not only to biased inaccurate research but also to personal penchants evident in his earlier works For example he used the headdress of a recently excavated Greek bust as a model for the coiffures of his biblical heroines This prop served his predilection for archaeological sources and his love of complex well designed costumes so apparent in his society painting Tissot s observation of the brightly colored camelback traveling compartment which he assumed to be an ethnographic variation on a much earlier prototype provided him with as much local color as did the vibrant banners on his earlier masterpiece The Ball on Shipboard Totally undocumented pastiches are evident in Joseph Dwelleth in Egypt Here motifs found on Egyptian jewelry have become imaginary standards through which he transformed stylized animal and vegetal motifs into cinematic pageantry Finally Tissot had no compunction about rendering Joseph with the same youthful face throughout the series of works that record his long life span Tissot s companion Kathleen Newton whose premature death at the age of twenty eight helped turn the society artist into biblical chronicler served frequently as the inspiration for his matriarchs and heroines Devastated by her demise in 1882 Tissot attended séances in an effort to contact her spirit As the artist recalls her oval face widely spaced eyes bow lips and prominent chin as Eve in Adam and Eve Driven from Paradise he may have been thinking of his lost love and his seeming exile from Eden Even in his biblical paintings Tissot remained as one critic cleverly remarked the painter of modern love Source Adapted from Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 44 45 Bibliography Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 44 45 Jewish Museum New York J JAMES TISSOT BIBLICAL PAINTINGS Exh cat New York The Jewish Museum 1982 pp 40 57 Kleeblatt Norman L Dr Vivian B Mann TREASURES OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 1986 pp 164 165 Marshall Nancy Rose and Malcolm Warner JAMES TISSOT VICTORIAN LIFE MODERN LOVE New Haven Yale University Press 1999 p 193 Tissot James Jacques Joseph illustrator THE OLD TESTAMENT Part 1 Paris M de Brunoff 1904 p 156 Tissot James Jacques Joseph illustrator THE HOLY BIBLE Chicago The Catholic Press Inc 1955 color ill Provenance the artist sold to Jacob Schiff February 1909 donated to the New York Public Library March 1909 transferred to TJM 1952 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in The Old Testament article

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Seder Plate Tiered Seder Set, 18th-19th century
    the ancient Israelites began their flight to freedom This unique seder set combines wooden trays for matzah the unleavened bread with wooden holders for the other symbolic foods and a pedestal for the wine cup that is always filled for the prophet Elijah herald of the messiah Although there are other nineteenth century examples of tiered seder sets none are similar to this one Most are refined silver works made in Germany or Austria by trained silversmiths or are imitations in base metals They lack the robust energy that is conveyed by this piece with its rampant lions that stand mouths agape holding cartouches bearing the blessings recited over the symbolic foods The curvature of the lions bodies and their notched paws are echoed in the shapes of the grillwork surrounding the wooden trays Similar brasswork appears on Eastern European Hanukkah lamps of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Rampant lions often decorate the backplates of these lamps while decorative grillwork sometimes forms an apron panel in front of the lights and on the sides The maker of the Danzig seder set was familiar with the artistic traditions of the Hanukkah lamp In this work he wed familiar forms to new materials creating a dynamic composition that rises from the dark wooden base through the open pattern on the middle zone to the triumphant lions the whole is crowned by the base for Elijah s cup which would have added a further vertical accent Source Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 p 38 Bibliography Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 p 38 Gieldzinski Lesser Katalog der alten judischen Kultusgegenstande Gieldzinski Stiftung in der Neuen Synagoge zu Danzig Danzig M Kahan 1904 no 81 Kayser Stephen S and Guido Schoenberger eds JEWISH CEREMONIAL ART A GUIDE TO THE APPRECIATION OF ART OBJECTS USED IN SYNAGOGUE AND HOME PRINCIPALLY FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM OF THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA 2nd rev ed Philadelphia Jewish Publication Society of America 1959 no 109 Kleeblatt Norman L Dr Vivian B Mann TREASURES OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 1986 pp 122 123 Mann Vivian B and Emily D Bilski THE JEWISH MUSEUM NEW YORK London Scala Books 1993 p 76 Roth Cecil and Bezalel Narkiss JEWISH ART AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY 2nd rev ed Greenwich Connecticut New York Graphic Society 1971 pl 25 Skolnik Fred ed ENCYCLOPEDIA JUDAICA 2nd EDITION Gale Cengage 2006 Ungerleider Mayerson Joy et al DANZIG 1939 TREASURES OF A DESTROYED COMMUNITY New York The Jewish Museum 1980 pp 82 83 Danzig Germany SAMMLUNG JÜDISCHER KUNSTGEGENSTANDE DER SYNAGOGEN GEMEINDE ZU DANZIG Danzig 1933 no 115 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Passover article data cycle auto height calc data cycle timeout 0 data cycle easing linear data cycle speed 1000 data cycle carousel offset 120 data cycle throttle speed true data cycle

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Mezuzah in Case Beron Mezuzah, 1991
    b Canada 1962 Culture Date New York United States 1991 Medium Bronze cast silver stainless steel glass Dimensions 4 3 8 2 1 4 in 11 5 7 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Gift of Edna S Beron and Harley Swedler 1992 31 On View Keywords Contemporary Judaica Mezuzah Religious Symbols Collection Area Ceremonial Art Submit Picture Request The rich dialogue between ancient and modern between tradition and innovation is celebrated in contemporary Judaica objects such as the Beron Mezuzah by Harley Swedler Often housed in a protective case a mezuzah is a scroll that is inscribed with the Shema verses taken from Deuteronomy a central prayer in Jewish liturgy that affirms the covenant between God and the Jewish people This particular passage also obligates Jews to affix a mezuzah to the doorposts of their homes As with other ritual and ceremonial objects contemporary artists continue to reinterpret the mezuzah combining modern day aesthetics with ancient traditions Architect Harley Swedler comes from a traditional Jewish background and unites the Hebrew text with his professional training to create contemporary Judaica pieces Using metals joints edges and seams Swedler creates what he calls alternative Judaica to explore notions of unity and boundaries within Jewish sacred writings and culture In his mezuzah the words obligation and covenant are etched into the glass that encases the parchment scroll epitomizing the mezuzah text The form of the piece also reflects the spiritual essence of the text the seven bronze ribs inscribed with the word witness correspond to the seven times that God s name is mentioned in the Shema while the ribs represent the act of binding the text to the door A reflection of his Jewish heritage Swedler s deliberate use of text underlines the purpose of the object and the history of the ritual The incorporation of biblical references is the most dominant aspect of this mezuzah By incorporating his culture through text into his art Swedler is creating Jewish art which addresses consciously or unconsciously questions of Jewish identity Lines from the Torah become an inherent piece of the total form and the image bringing to light the contemporary relevance of religious text and ritual in art and life Source Adapted from Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 p 159 Bibliography Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 p 159 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Highlights article data cycle auto height calc data cycle timeout 0 data cycle easing linear data cycle speed 1000 data cycle carousel offset 120 data cycle throttle speed true data cycle manual trump false data cycle swipe true data cycle prev cycle prev data cycle next cycle next Burial Plaque Learn More Solomon Alexander Hart British 1806 1881 The Feast of the Rejoicing of the Law at the Synagogue in Leghorn Italy Learn More Samuel Hirszenberg Polish 1865 1908

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Torah Ark Torah Ark from Adath Yeshurun Synagogue, 1899
    European arks from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries all of which were destroyed during World War II The synagogue of Izabielin in Lithuania not far from Shulkin s native village of Kapulie in Byelorussia had a wooden Torah ark featuring beautiful carvings of animals and vegetation including sunflowers similar to those in Shulkin s ark In the synagogue of Olkienniki also in Lithuania the elaborate wooden Torah ark featured a pair of blessing hands topped by a double headed eagle In the late nineteenth century nearly five million Jews lived in czarist Russia the largest concentration of Jews in the world at the time Political oppression government condoned anti Jewish riots pogroms and economic need prompted more than two million Jews to immigrate to the United States between 1880 and 1924 Most new arrivals settled in large urban centers in the Northeast but some ventured farther west in search of opportunities in the new country A number of Jewish immigrants primarily from the small Russian town of Kapulie reached Sioux City Iowa where a few German Jews had lived since the late 1850s when the city had just been settled By 1896 the Russian Jews had founded the congregation of Adath Yeshurun erecting Sioux City s first Orthodox synagogue soon after Members of the synagogue made many of its interior furnishings including this magnificent Torah ark carved by Abraham Shulkin A father of twelve and a peddler and junk dealer Shulkin was a talented woodcarver who proudly inscribed his name in Hebrew on the ark in the area flanking the Tablets of the Law above the rampant lions This is the handwork of Abraham Shulkin Below the tablets are two cutout niches housing a pair of doves underneath which is a Hebrew dedicatory inscription This Torah ark was donated by Simhah daughter of the esteemed David Davidson Davidson who owned the Davidson department store in Sioux City provided the lumber for the Torah ark which Shulkin accepted in lieu of payment Wood was not as readily available in Sioux City as it had been in the forested woods of Eastern Europe The symmetrical openwork design of the carvings can also be compared with that of Eastern European papercuts In fact Shulkin s work method might have consisted of making a preparatory papercut which he then used as a model for the woodcarving Although no papercut model for the Adath Yeshurun Torah ark is known to have survived an extant papercut by Shulkin might have been the source for some of the motifs featured in a second Torah ark he carved in 1909 for the Tifereth Israel synagogue of Sioux City Source Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 132 133 Bibliography Berger Maurice et al MASTERWORKS OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York The Jewish Museum 2004 pp 132 133 Berliner Festspiele JÜDISCHE LEBENSWELTEN Exh cat Frankfurt am Main Jüdischer Verlag Suhrkamp 1991 pp 364 365 Kleeblatt Norman and Gerard C Wertkin

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