The grandfather of micro-drawing.
From an Amsterdam convert to Maxwell House.
From Barbadian slave to respected member of New York’s Jewish elite.
Hermann Struck’s World War I.
An illuminated manuscript reflecting the Roman Jewish rite.
From art to crude propaganda.
Salomone de Sesso.
In the Golan Heights, evidence of a transition from study hall to prayer hall.
An artifact of one of Europe’s oldest Jewish communities.
The palm trees of Elim and beasts of Daniel at Huqoq.
You won’t find much of it at the Jewish Museum, but a vibrant Jewish art culture does exist—and needs support.
Loyal as Moses?