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Barcelona Haggadot. The Jewish Splendour of Catalan Gothic

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Authors

Ana Bejarano, Josep-Lluís Carod Rovira, Manuel Forcano, Rosa Alcoy Pedrós.

Curators

Ana Bejarano, Josep-Lluís Carod Rovira, Manuel Forcano.

Imprint

Barcelona, Spain, 2015. Booklet, 53 pp., illustrations: 115 col., 21 × 15 cm. English.

ISBN

9788498506945

Location

Museu d’Història de Barcelona (MUHBA) (26 March–5 July 2015)

Description

An unprecedented display of illuminated Haggadot from 14th-century Barcelona, reunited for the first time in more than 600 years. Exhibits included: the Barcelona Haggadah, the Golden Haggadah, the Sister Haggadah, the Graziano Haggadah, the Rylands Haggadah, the Brother Haggadah, the Prato Haggadah, the Sarajevo Haggadah, and others. Exhibition texts discuss this history of Catalonian Jewry, the Gothic style of Catalan Haggadot, illumination techniques, classification of Catalan Haggadot, and each of the featured Haggadot. No itemized listing.

main keywords

BARCELONACATALONIAHAGGADOT, ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTSHEBREW ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, SPAIN, 12TH–14TH CSPAIN

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