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Moritz Daniel Oppenheim. Die Entdeckung des jüdischen Selbsbewußtseins in der Kunst. Jewish Identity in 19th Century Art

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Editors

Georg Heuberger, Anton Merk.

Imprint

Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1999. 413 pp., illustrations: 119 col., 257 b&w, 29 × 24 cm. German and English.

ISBN

3980212599

Location

Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt (16 December 1999–2 April 2000)

Description

The first comprehensive study of Oppenheim’s oeuvre. Monumental publication with eleven essays on Oppenheim’s artistic development (Anton Merk), his masterpiece The Return of the Volunteer (Norman Kleeblatt), relationship with the Rothschilds (Annette Weber), vision of modern Jewry (Andreas Gotzmann), illustrations of Stories from Jewish Family Life (Barbara C. Gilbert) and their reproductions on Hermann Junker’s postcard series (Shalom Sabar), etc. Seven-page biographical outline. Catalog of works in German only. Descriptive entries. 766 items.

main keywords

CUSTOMS & CEREMONIESJUNKER, HERMANNOPPENHEIM, MORITZ DANIELPAINTINGSPOSTCARDSPORTRAITSROTHSCHILD FAMILY

minor keywords

Drawings/SketchesFrankfurt am MainGermanyPaintings, Jewish customs & ceremonies

Related ephemera

Exhibition leaflet, 8 pp., 1 col. illus., 21 × 10.5 cm; Invitation to exhibition opening, 4 pp., 1 col., 10 b&w illus., 21 × 15 cm.

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