Jettchen Geberts Kinder. Der Beitrag des deutschen Judentums zur deutschen Kultur des 18. bis 20. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel einer Kunstsammlung (Leo Baeck Institute Art Collection)

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Translated title Jettchen Gebert’s Children. The Contribution of German Jewry to German Culture of the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Centuries. Exemplified by the Leo Baeck Institute Art Collection, New York

Eberhard Roters, Gisela-Ingeborg Bolduan.


Fred Grubel, Eberhard Roters.


Berlin, Germany, 1985. 184 pp., illustrations: 13 col., 48 b&w, 21.8 × 22 cm. German and English.


Berlinische Galerie (1 November 1985–13 January 1986)


Primarily portraits of German Jews. Three sets of questions are posed before each image: 1. Who was the artist and what was his fate?, 2. Who is the sitter, and what was his/her fate?, 3. Who were the portrait’s original owners? How did the portrait come to the Leo Baeck Institute? What was the fate of its most recent owners? Itemized listing with thorough descriptions. 219 items.

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Graphic artsJewish artistsPainters, JewishPortraits, husband-wife pendantsPortraits, rabbisPrints, Jewish figures

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