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A Journey through Jewish Worlds. Highlights from the Braginsky Collection of Hebrew Manuscripts and Printed Books

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Editors

Evelyn M. Cohen, Sharon Liberman Mintz, Emile G.L. Schrijver.

Curators

Sharon Liberman Mintz, Emile G.L. Schrijver.

Collection

Rene Braginsky.

Imprint

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2009. 295 pp., illustrations: 165 col., 27.5 × 22.8 cm. English.

ISBN

9789040076541

Location

Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana (16 October 2009–18 January 2010)

Description

The first public exhibition of Rene Braginsky’s extraordinary private collection. The monumental catalog is a luxurious production, with full-page color illustrations and in-depth scholarly entries for each exhibit. Material presented in three parts, each with introductory essay(s): 1. Manuscripts and Printed Books (Menahem Schmelzer, Emile G.L. Schrijver), 2. Marriage Contracts (Shalom Sabar), and 3. Esther Scrolls (Sharon Liberman Mintz, Elka Deitsch, with Gabriel Goldstein). Most of the Esther scrolls are reproduced in their entirety. 104 items.

Description

On-line version of the exhibition: www.braginskycollection.com (English and Hebrew).

Description

For another catalog of the Braginsky Collection see #2064 (2011).

main keywords

HEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTSKETUBBOTPRINTED BOOKSSCROLLS OF ESTHERSCRIBE-ARTISTS

minor keywords

Aaron Wolf Herlingen of Gewitsch (scribe-artist)Aryeh Judah Leib ben Elchanan of Trebitsch (scribe-artist)Aryeh Leib ben Daniel (scribe-artist)Astronomy/AstrologyBaruch ben Shemariah (scribe-artist)BiblesBinger, Hijman (scribe-artist)Book bindingsBouton, Victor (scribe-artist)EvronotEzekiel Joshua Maisels of DolinaFranck, Paul-JeanGriselini, FrancescoHaggadotHaggadot, illuminated manuscriptsHebrew illuminated manuscripts, AlsaceHebrew illuminated manuscripts, BiblesHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Bohemia-Moravia & Germany, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, CorfuHebrew illuminated manuscripts, France, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, IndiaHebrew illuminated manuscripts, IraqHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 15th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 15th–16th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Jerusalem, 19th–20th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, MoroccoHebrew illuminated manuscripts, TurkeyHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Portugal, 12th–14th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Spain, 12th–14th CHistorical documentsIsaac Siprut (scribe-artist)Joseph ben David of Leipnik (scribe-artist)Judah Leib ben Meir of Glogau (scribe-artist)Leib Zahr Sofer of Lackenbach (scribe-artist)Meshullam Zimmel of Polna (scribe-artist)Moses Leib ben Wolf of Trebitsch (scribe-artist)Nathan ben Simson of Meseritsch (scribe-artist)Playing cardsPrayerbooks/MahzorsRothschild, Charlotte (scribe-artist)Salom Italia, Esther scroll bordersScrolls of Esther, casesScrolls of Esther, engraved bordersScrolls of Esther, illuminatedUri Feibush ben Isaac Segal (scribe-artist)

Related ephemera

Invitation to exhibition opening in Amsterdam, folded card, 2 pp., 1 col. illus., 21 × 14.8 cm; Invitation to exhibition opening in Jerusalem, folded card, 1 col. illus., 10 × 22 cm; Checklist of the Esther Scrolls, leaflet, 4 pp., no illustrations, 29.6 × 21.1 cm. English and Dutch.

Other venues

Yeshiva University Museum, New York City, USA (17 March–11 July 2010); Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel (December 2010–April 2011)

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