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‮ערים של משי וכסף. מוטיבים אדריכליים באמנות יהודית באיטליה‬‎ Towns of Silk and Silver. Architectural Motifs in Italian Art

in Catalog of Catalogs Online

(210 words)

Editor & Curator

Andreina Contessa.

Imprint

Jerusalem, Israel, 2013. 46 pp., illustrations: 35 col., 6 b&w, 21.1 × 21.1 cm. Hebrew and English.

Location

Museo U. Nahon di Arte Ebraica Italiana (18 July–10 September 2013)

Description

The use and meaning of architectural motifs related to Jerusalem and its Temple on non-architectural works of Jewish art from Italy. Introductory catalog essay “Architectural Motifs in Italian Jewish Art” by Andreina Contessa; additional essays on architectural models of the Tabernacle and Temple in early and medieval Jewish art (Elisheva Revel-Neher), “The Tabernacle and Temple Vessels in Italian Jewish Art” (Nitzan Ashkenazi), “The Architectural Design of Torah Arks in Italy” (David Cassuto), and the architectural tapestries of textile artist Danièle Sulewic (Andreina Contessa). No itemized listing.

main keywords

ARCHITECTUREHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, ITALYITALYJERUSALEM IN ARTJEWISH SYMBOLS/THEMESSULEWIC, DANIÈLESYNAGOGUE TEXTILESTAPESTRIESTEMPLE OF JERUSALEM IN ART/ARCHITECTURETEMPLE OF JERUSALEM, COLUMNS OFTEXTILESTORAH ARKSTORAH ORNAMENTS

minor keywords

AmuletsCoinsGateway as symbolGriselini, FrancescoHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 15th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Italy, 17th–19th CHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Spain, 12th–14th CJerusalem as symbolKeter TorahKetubbotMaimonidesOstiaRimmonimScrolls of Esther, engraved bordersSepphoris (Tzippori)Torah Ark curtains

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