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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Today Is the Birthday of the World, 1955
    and Jewish culture View All Memberships Shop Open today from 11 am 5 45 pm See what s on today Search Highlights Themes Collection Area Recent Acquisitions Search Collection Advanced Search div data cycle pager thumbs data cycle pager template data cycle timeout 0 data download download Info Download Image Image not available for download Images of artworks that the Museum believes to be in the public domain PD are available to download on this site Other images may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights By using any of these images you agree to the Jewish Museum s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print Artist Maker Ben Shahn American b Lithuania 1898 1969 Today Is the Birthday of the World 1955 Medium Ink on paper Dimensions 22 1 2 31 in 57 2 78 7 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Gift of Mr and Mrs Albert A List JM 88 72 Copyright Art Estate of Ben Shahn Licensed by VAGA New York NY Not On View Keywords High Holy Days Collection Area Works on Paper Themes Jewish New Year Submit Picture Request Bibliography Soby James Thrall BEN SHAHN HIS GRAPHIC ART New York George Braziller Inc 1957 no 94 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Jewish New Year 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 Sol Nodel American 1912 1976 Tin for Barton s Candy for the New Year Learn More New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Louise Fishman American b 1939 Tashlich Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Mordecai Menahem Cohen New Year Greeting Learn More Shofar Learn More Nancy Chunn American b 1941 October 2 1997 Jewish New Year 5757 Learn More Hebrew Publishing Company 1901 present New Year Greeting Learn More Sol Nodel American 1912 1976 Tin for Barton s Candy for the New Year Learn More New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Louise Fishman American b 1939 Tashlich Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Mordecai Menahem Cohen New Year Greeting Learn More Shofar Learn More Nancy Chunn American b 1941 October 2 1997 Jewish New Year 5757 Learn More Hebrew Publishing Company 1901 present New Year Greeting Learn More Other Themes Hanukkah

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - New Year Greeting, 1942 (date of inscription)
    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 Highlights Themes Collection Area Recent Acquisitions Search Collection Advanced Search div data cycle pager thumbs data cycle pager template data cycle timeout 0 data download download Info Download Image Image not available for download Images of artworks that the Museum believes to be in the public domain PD are available to download on this site Other images may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights By using any of these images you agree to the Jewish Museum s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print New Year Greeting Culture Date United States 1942 date of inscription Medium Silk printed Dimensions 16 15 16 12 5 8 in 43 32 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Gift of M Vaxer through Dr Harry G Friedman F 6025 Not On View Keywords High Holy Days Textiles Collection Area Ceremonial Art Themes Jewish New Year Submit Picture Request Bibliography Kirshenblatt Gimblett Barbara FABRIC OF JEWISH LIFE TEXTILES FROM THE JEWISH MUSEUM COLLECTION Exh cat New York The Jewish Museum 1977 no 254 p 142 This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Jewish New Year 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 Will Barnet American 1911 2012 Introspection 5733 Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Shofar Learn More Janet Fish American b 1938 Museum Glass Learn More DePaauw Factory active 1651 1774 New Year Plate Learn More Helène Aylon American b 1931 Honey and Apple Plate Learn More Hebrew Publishing Company 1901 present New Year Greeting Learn More Louise Fishman American b 1939 Tashlich Learn More Will Barnet American 1911 2012 Introspection 5733 Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Shofar Learn More Janet Fish American b 1938 Museum Glass Learn More DePaauw Factory active 1651 1774 New Year Plate Learn More Helène Aylon American b 1931 Honey and Apple Plate Learn More Hebrew Publishing Company 1901 present New Year Greeting Learn More Louise Fishman American b 1939 Tashlich Learn More Other Themes Hanukkah Food and Drink Marriage Passover Feminism Purim Reinventing Ritual

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - New Year Greeting, 1932
    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 Highlights Themes Collection Area Recent Acquisitions Search Collection Advanced Search div data cycle pager thumbs data cycle pager template data cycle timeout 0 data download download Info Download Image Image not available for download Images of artworks that the Museum believes to be in the public domain PD are available to download on this site Other images may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights By using any of these images you agree to the Jewish Museum s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print New Year Greeting Artist Maker Mordecai Menahem Cohen Culture Date Montreal Canada 1932 Medium Ink graphite and block print on paper Dimensions 20 1 8 20 1 8 in 51 2 51 2 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Gift of Abraham J and Deborah B Karp 1987 141 Not On View Keywords Folk High Holy Days Collection Area Ceremonial Art Themes Jewish New Year Submit Picture Request This information may change as the result of ongoing research Other Works in Jewish New Year 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 DePaauw Factory active 1651 1774 New Year Plate Learn More New Year Greeting Learn More Sol Nodel American 1912 1976 Tin for Barton s Candy for the New Year Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Grisha Bruskin Russian b 1945 New Year 5751 Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Helène Aylon American b 1931 Honey and Apple Plate Learn More Janet Fish American b 1938 Museum Glass Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Will Barnet American 1911 2012 Introspection 5733 Learn More DePaauw Factory active 1651 1774 New Year Plate Learn More New Year Greeting Learn More Sol Nodel American 1912 1976 Tin for Barton s Candy for the New Year Learn More Jonathan C Torgovnik Israeli b 1969 Kaparoth Woman Performing the Kaparoth Ritual on the Eve of Yom Kippur on Eastern Parkway Crown H Learn More Grisha Bruskin Russian b 1945 New Year 5751 Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Helène Aylon American b 1931 Honey and Apple Plate Learn More Janet Fish American b 1938 Museum Glass Learn More Wiener Werkstätte Vienna 1903 1932 New Year Greeting Learn More Will Barnet American 1911 2012 Introspection 5733 Learn More Other Themes Hanukkah Food and Drink Marriage Passover Feminism Purim Reinventing

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection
    Coins and Medals Decorative Arts Installations and Media Paintings Photographs Sculpture Works on Paper Search by Artist Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Berkowicz Michael Title Artist Maker Medium Chronology Chronology Option 1 Chronology Option 2 Chronology Option 3 Geography Place Made Collection Area Collection Area Option 1 Collection Area Option 2 Collection Area Option 3 Accession Number Show Only Works On View Show Only Works With Images Go Search 2 800 of 25 000 Collection objects Jewish New Year The Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on the first two days of the autumn month of Tishrei which marked the beginning of the harvest year in ancient Israel On the holiday a shofar ram s horn is blown during the religious services and celebrants wish each other the traditional greeting of Shana Tova Have a good year Rosh Hashanah is rich in diverse customs including those related to food such as apples and honey symbolizing a sweet new year Rosh Hashanah initiates the Days of Awe a ten day period of repentance prayer and reflection on the deeds of the past year This period culminates on the Day of Atonement Yom Kippur the holiest Jewish holiday and a fast day According to tradition God opens the Book of Life on Rosh Hashanah and closes it on Yom Kippur sealing the fate of each Jew for the coming year Showing 24 results Date made new old Date made old new Artist Maker A Z Artist Maker Z A Happy Jack born Angokwazhuk Inupiaq b Alaska c

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Wedding Sofa Danzig Sofa, 1838
    sofa was probably the veiling of the bride by her groom prior to their nuptial vows a custom which dates to at least the Middle Ages The carefully carved detail of male and female clasped hands in the upper central cartouche symbolizes the union and the initiation of family life This splendid example of Biedermeier furniture is perhaps the only extant Jewish wedding couch Probably commissioned for the Mattenbuden Synagogue in Danzig the sofa is inscribed with the Hebrew date for 1838 coinciding with the building of a new structure for the congregation the donor s name is recorded in synagogue documents Its curious original upholstery stuffing of kelp and seashells is evidence that the couch was manufactured near the sea possibly in Danzig proper Most furniture of this period emphasized comfort and simplicity generally showing a preference for plain surfaces and indigenous wood Nevertheless lavishly decorated works such as this example are documented The sofa s rather ornate embellishment its gilt Hebrew donor inscription the carved and applied gilt ornaments and the faux carved drapery swags are well suited to its ceremonial intent The sofa s form as well as its decorative elements of palmettes and leaves strongly suggest English Regency prototypes of the previous decade common in North German Biedermeier The frontal emphasis typical of Biedermeier furniture contrasts with the Regency s more sculptural and three dimensional design The exuberant decoration on this sofa is typical of the post 1830 Biedermeier style generally known as Second Rococo From that date until the end of the era this furniture increasingly incorporated curvilinear forms Source Kleeblatt Norman L and Vivian B Mann TREASURES OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York Universe Books 1986 pp 146 147 This wedding sofa was probably used as the site where the groom veiled the bride prior to their marriage ceremony a custom dating back to at least the Middle Ages The tradition of veiling the bride alludes to the biblical story of the matriarch Rebecca covering herself in modesty before meeting Isaac and the story of the patriarch Jacob being tricked into marrying Leah instead of Rachel because he did not recognize who was under the veil to avoid this mistake the groom veils the bride himself A wonderful example of post 1830 German Biedermeier furniture known for its exuberant decoration and curvilinear forms this is perhaps the only extant example of a Jewish wedding couch The carved detail of male and female clasped hands in the upper central cartouche symbolizes the couple s union Show Marriage description Bibliography Campbell Gordon THE GROVE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DECORATIVE ARTS TWO VOLUME SET Oxford University Press 2006 Kleeblatt Norman L THE PAINTINGS OF MORITZ OPPENHEIM JEWISH LIFE IN 19TH CENTURY GERMANY Exh brochure New York The Jewish Museum 1982 Kleeblatt Norman L and Vivian B Mann TREASURES OF THE JEWISH MUSEUM New York Universe Books 1986 pp 146 147 Mann Vivian B and Joseph Gutmann DANZIG 1939 TREASURES OF A DESTROYED COMMUNITY New York The Jewish Museum 1980

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Elijah Chair, 2002
    Download Image Image not available for download Images of artworks that the Museum believes to be in the public domain PD are available to download on this site Other images may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights By using any of these images you agree to the Jewish Museum s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print Elijah Chair Artist Maker Melissa Shiff Canadian b 1967 Culture Date Toronto Canada 2002 Medium Antique rocking chair video monitor and digital video Dimensions 33 20 29 in 83 8 50 8 73 7 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Purchase Susan F Zinder Gift 2003 26a b Not On View Keywords Postmodern Art Collection Area Installations Media Themes Passover Submit Picture Request This video sculpture is linked to several traditions related to the biblical prophet Elijah Late in the Passover seder families open their doors as a welcoming gesture to Elijah whose arrival traditionally heralds the messianic era The video component of Melissa Shiff s piece shows a continuous loop of doors opening onto various New York sites from lower class neighborhoods to wealthier parts of Manhattan Shiff links Elijah with the universal need for hospitality and openness to others Elijah Chair is one of the works Shiff created for the Times Square Seder a public art and social action project at the Chashama Arts Organization in New York 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 manual trump false data cycle swipe true data cycle prev cycle prev data cycle next cycle next El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 Father Bought a Kid for Two Zuzim Learn More Jet Naftaniel Joëls Dutch b 1950 Matzah Bag Steps Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Fire Came and Burnt the Stick Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Stick Came and Beat the Dog Learn More Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Seder The Passover Meal Der Oster Abend Learn More Kiddush Cup Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Dog Came and Bit the Cat Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 Cover Learn More Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Passover Set Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Cat Came and Devoured the Kid Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 Father Bought a Kid for Two Zuzim Learn More Jet Naftaniel Joëls Dutch b 1950 Matzah Bag Steps Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Fire Came and Burnt the Stick Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Stick Came and Beat the Dog Learn More Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Seder The Passover Meal Der Oster Abend Learn More Kiddush Cup Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Seder Plate, 1997
    images may be protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights By using any of these images you agree to the Jewish Museum s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print Seder Plate Artist Maker Amy Klein Reichert American b 1959 Manufacturer Stephen Smithers American b 1951 Culture Date Williamstown Massachusetts United States 1997 Medium Mahogany silver repoussé and pierced glass Dimensions 12 3 8 12 3 8 3 in 31 4 31 4 7 6 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Purchase Sanford C Bernstein Foundation Fund and Mrs Bernard Kahn Gift by exchange 1997 125a o Not On View Keywords Contemporary Judaica Metalwork Passover Collection Area Ceremonial Art Themes Passover Submit Picture Request According to halakhah Jewish law seder plates may take any shape By departing from the typical circle this seder plate fulfills the Mishnah s charge to introduce change at the table The Haggadah is an anthology of elements from the Torah Talmud Midrash and folksongs The abstract design of the seder plate juxtaposing the elements rather than placing them in the round echoes that collage like quality The seder plate is not supposed to be a plate at all but a symbolic landscape It is a repository of memory whose mysterious fossil like impressions provide interpretation and elaboration Amy Klein Reichert 1997 Bibliography Gomberg Betsy Susan Schaalman Youdovin eds THE SEDER PLATE THE 1996 PHILIP AND SYLVIA SPERTUS JUDAICA PRIZE Exh cat Chicago Spertus Museum Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies 1996 pp 22 23 Provenance the artist until 1997 sold to TJM 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 manual trump false data cycle swipe true data cycle prev cycle prev data cycle next cycle next El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Ox Came and Drank the Water Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Stick Came and Beat the Dog Learn More Jet Naftaniel Joëls Dutch b 1950 Matzah Bag Steps Learn More Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Passover Set Learn More Robert Lipnick American b 1951 Seder Plate Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Dog Came and Bit the Cat Learn More Frank Stella American b 1936 The Butcher Came and Slew the Ox Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Cat Came and Devoured the Kid Learn More Moritz Daniel Oppenheim German 1800 1882 Seder The Passover Meal Der Oster Abend Learn More Kiddush Cup Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Ox Came and Drank the Water Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Stick Came and Beat the Dog Learn More Jet Naftaniel Joëls Dutch b 1950 Matzah Bag Steps Learn More Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Passover Set

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  • The Jewish Museum - Collection - Seder Plate Untitled, 1996
    s Terms and Conditions Share Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Share on Twitter Share via Email Print Seder Plate Untitled Artist Maker Neil Goldberg American b 1963 Culture Date New York United States 1996 Medium Matzah and paper in epoxy resin and wheels Dimensions Height 5 in 12 7 cm Diameter 12 1 4 in 31 1 cm Owner The Jewish Museum New York Acquistion Purchase Judaica Acquisitions Fund 1998 44 Not On View Keywords Contemporary Judaica Passover Collection Area Ceremonial Art Themes Passover Submit Picture Request In the Passover ritual matzah serves as a symbol of the Jews hurried departure from Egypt I have sought to concretize this symbolism by constructing a Seder plate from a piece of matzah mounted on wheels I obtained the Matzah from an Hasidic bakery in Brooklyn which in keeping with the spirit of haste imposes a strict 18 minute time limit of making of its matzahs For the wheels I chose heavy duty industrial casters which emphasize expedient functionality over elegance The asking of questions is also integral to the Seder ritual To explore this theme I met with students at six very different Jewish day schools Reform Orthodox Conservative Reconstructionist Sephardic Conservative and Hasidic and asked them to come up with the question they would like to pose to God I took the student s questions and typeset them in a series of six spirals one for each of the schools I visited I then embedded the spirals into the surface of the matzah to serve as placeholders for the six items that traditionally rest on the Seder plate Neil Goldberg 2001 Source The Jewish Museum New York CULTURE AND CONTINUITY THE JEWISH JOURNEY August 20 2001 July 16 2002 Bibliography Gomberg Betsy and Susan Schaalman Youdovin eds THE SEDER PLATE THE 1996 PHILIP AND SYLVIA SPERTUS JUDAICA PRIZE Chicago Spertus Museum Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies 1996 p 34 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 manual trump false data cycle swipe true data cycle prev cycle prev data cycle next cycle next Seder Plate Tiered Seder Set Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Fire Came and Burnt the Stick Learn More Robert Lipnick American b 1951 Seder Plate Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Cat Came and Devoured the Kid Learn More LQR Seder Plate Learn More Amy Klein Reichert American b 1959 Miriam Cup Learn More Johann Valentin Schüler 1650 1720 master 1680 Sabbath Festival Lamp Learn More Jet Naftaniel Joëls Dutch b 1950 Matzah Bag Steps Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941 The Dog Came and Bit the Cat Learn More Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert American b Germany 1900 1981 Passover Set Learn More Seder Plate Tiered Seder Set Learn More El Lissitzky Russian 1890 1941

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