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Making an Entrance: Jewish Artists in 19th-Century Europe

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Making an Entrance: Jewish Artists in 19th-Century Europe at 10.09.2013

     
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Tuesday sep 10th

The Israel Museum presents "Making an Entrance: Jewish Artists in 19th-Century Europe."


Opening September 10. Closing July 15, 2014


Works by Jewish artists who lived and worked in 19th-century Europe, who straddled the fine line between being observant Jews in their daily practice while painting nudes, landscapes and Christian subjects for their patrons.

Image: Maurycy Gottlieb, born Galicia (Poland), 1856-1879. Courtesy of the Israel Museum.

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