I am the Rose. Passover Imagined. In the Collections of The New York Public Library

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Author & Curator

Michael Terry.


New York City, USA, 2005. Booklet, 12 pp., illustrations: 5 col., 22.8 × 15.2 cm. English.


New York Public Library (20 April–4 June 2005)


The Rose Haggadah: a unique artists’ book of more than 50 years of Passover-themed artwork. Created in 1947 as a family seder guest registry, the book expanded over time into a 3-volume “Haggadah”, filled with artistic responses to the Passover narrative, many of them by renowned artists commissioned by the Rose family. Introductory text. Exhibition checklist, with related works from the Library’s collections. 29 items.


The exhibition celebrates the presentation of the Rose Haggadah to the New York Public Library.

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Antisemitic images/objectsHaggadotHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Bohemia/Moravia & Germany, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 15th CMinhagim booksOmer calendarsPrinted booksPrints, antisemiticSamaritans, Bibles/Torah ScrollsSong of Songs, illustrated

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