1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica

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1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica

1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica
Berlin: Ferdinand Ostertag, 1923. COMPLETE, ATTRACTIVE COPY YAARI 1952. First trade edition of the beautifully illustrated Steinhardt Haggadah, with 20 striking woodcuts by Jacob Steinhardt and calligraphic text by Franziska Baruch. This is one of the most truly distinguished Haggadahs published in modern times, a milestone in Hebrew book production (Yerushalmi 134). Steinhardts dramatic woodcuts show the strong influence of German Expressionism on his work. His experience in the German Army during World War I also had an impact on his work, perhaps most notably in the woodcut of the Four Sons, wherein the Wicked Son is portrayed as a soldier dressed in a Prussian uniform with a spiked helmet. Steinhardt also chose to illustrate the Haggadah passage concerning the perennial attempt to annihilate the Jews Steinhardt has focused upon a group of Jews, their faces showing that they are overcome with fear, in flight from some horror they have witnessed (Yerushalmi 135). Steinhardt closes the Haggadah with a series of ten woodcuts to illustrate the popular Passover song, Had gadya. The beautiful Hebrew characters in the text were drawn by the noted type designer Franziska Baruch and executed by Steinhardt in wood. Issued the same year as a signed limited edition of 250 copies. Yaari 1952 Yudlov 2888. We have over 50,000 Jewish Books in Stock, please make sure to check out our. Our storefront location is at Mizrahi Book Store 3114 Quentin Rd Brooklyn NY 11234. Visitors are welcome by Appointment. 99 for almost all additional items. Our storefront is located at 3114 Quentin Rd, Brooklyn, NY, 11234. Price is by weight, and this service is tracked. This is not deducted automatically, so please request an invoice and we’ll send one over asap. We try to be precise when marking the edition, but if you are looking for first editions only, please ask us to verify the edition before purchasing, to prevent any misunderstandings. First Edition can unfortunately mean too many things. Looking for something and don’t see it? Let us know and we’ll look out for you. We go through tens of thousands of books a year and we’ll be glad to help. SELL US YOUR BOOKS. Languages we specialize in are English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Spanish, Ladino, Russian and French. Auctiva Offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! The item “1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica” is in sale since Monday, December 4, 2017. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “bluebirds15″ and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Subject: Religion & Spirituality
  • Topic: Judaism
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition
  • Year Printed: 1923

1923 Berlin PASSOVER HAGGADAH illustrated by JACOB STEINHARDT Jewish Art Judaica