Samuel Hirszenberg (1865-1908) was a Jewish artist born in Poland. Hirszenberg became an artist at a young age, with works that included both Jewish and general themes. Invited to join the Bezalel Academy of Art in early 20th century, his short stay in Jerusalem portrays the significant changes in the subjects that preoccupied him.


In English | Sunday | August 20 | 8pm | 1pm EDT

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Our new series explores the visual revolution that took place in Jewish history from the 17th century, a period when Jews acclimatized to general society generating fascinating visual images that reflect the life and society of their times

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