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by Rafi Grafman,Vivian (editor) B. Mann,Vivian B. Mann

eBook Crowning Glory: Silver Torah Ornaments of the Jewish Museum, New York download ISBN: 1567920683
Author: Rafi Grafman,Vivian (editor) B. Mann,Vivian B. Mann
Publisher: David R Godine; First Edition edition (April 1, 1996)
Language: English
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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Crowning Glory : Silver Torah . These works of art, all created to protect and enhance the beauty of the Torah, can nowhere be seen to better advantage than in this definitive volume.

These works of art, all created to protect and enhance the beauty of the Torah, can nowhere be seen to better advantage than in this definitive volume.

New York : Jewish Museum under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, in association with . Fine Judaica, Hebrew books and works of art : 5:30 pm November 26th 1996, 406 East 79th Street, New York, Phillips International Auctioneers & Valuers. Phillips New York (Auctioneers). This may also interest you.

This fully illustrated and documented volume, containing over eight hundred duotone illustrations and thirty-three plates in full color, describes the nearly one thousand Torah ornaments in The Jewish Museum of New York's holdings

This fully illustrated and documented volume, containing over eight hundred duotone illustrations and thirty-three plates in full color, describes the nearly one thousand Torah ornaments in The Jewish Museum of New York's holdings.

Mann, Vivian B. Publication date. London : Scala Books ; New York : The Museum. inlibrary; printdisabled;. Seeing the future through the light of the past : the art of The Jewish Museum, Emily d. Bilski - Culture and continuity : the Jewish journey, Vivian B. Mann and Emily D. Bilski - Forging an identity ; antiquity (1200BCE-600CE) - Interpreting a tradition : the Middle ages and after (800-1700) - Tradition : The Torah - Tradition : the Jewish year - Tradition : the Sabbath - Tradition : the life cycle and daily life - Confronting modernity : 1700-1948 - Realizing a future : the contemporary world (1948

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Vivian B. Mann (New York, 1996); Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer, The Jews of the Middle Ages (Speyer, Ge. 2004); Marilyn Koolik, Towers of Spice: The Tower Shaped Tradition in Havdalah Spiceboxes (Jerusalem, 1982); Vivian B. Mann, ‘New’ Examples of Jewish. Mann, ‘New’ Examples of Jewish Ceremonial Art from Medieval Ashkenaz, Artibus et Historiae 17(1988): 13–24; Cecil Roth, Ritual Art, in Jewish Art: An Illustrated History, pp. 118–131 (Greenwich, Conn.

in Vivian B. Mann and Norman L. Kleeblatt, Treasures of the Jewish Museum, New York 1986, p. 110).

The back plate of a silver Hanukkah Lamp made in Galicia in 1787 takes its form very literally from carved wooden Torah Arks in that region (illustrated in Vivian B. Two silver and silver-gilt Torah Shields by Müller are known: one dated 1731-1737 in the Jewish Museum, New York, and another dated 1737-1745 recorded in the Stern Collection, New York (both cited in Rafi Grafman, Crowning Glory: Silver Torah Ornaments of the Jewish Museum, New York, 1996; the 1731-1737 Torah Shield is cat. no. 42 and illustrated on page.

This fully illustrated and documented volume, containing over eight hundred duotone illustrations and thirty-three plates in full color, describes the nearly one thousand Torah ornaments in The Jewish Museum of New York s holdings. These works of art, all created to protect and enhance the beauty of the Torah, can nowhere be seen to better advantage than in this definitive volume.