Antijüdischer Nippes und poluläre “Judenbilder”. Die Sammlung Finkelstein

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Translated title Antisemitic Knicknacks and Popular Images of Jews. The Finkelstein Collection

Falk Wiesemann.


Gideon Finkelstein.


Hohenems, Austria, 2005. 255 pp., illustrations: 432 col., 3 b&w, 30.5 × 24 cm. German.


Jüdisches Museum Hohenems (16 October 2005–26 February 2006)


Antisemitica in a wide variety of contexts and media. Introductory text on the unbiquitiousness of antisemitica, and the categories in which it is presented in this exhibition: 1. Changing ways of depicting Jews (conspiritors, pawnbrokers, antiquarian, stock exchange Jews, etc.), 2. Contexts in which antisemitic objects appear (writing table, game table, inn, theater, etc.), 3. Representations of Jews in painting and caricature, 4. Jewish depictions of Jews. Detailed descriptive entries. 382 items.

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Dolls/PuppetsDrawings/SketchesDreyfus, AlfredFigurinesGames/ToysMedalsNathan the Wise (Lessing)Paintings, Jewish figuresPorcelainPorcelain figurinesPortraitsPostcardsShylockTankards/JugsWandering Jew

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