The Art and Artists of the Fifth Zionist Congress, 1901: Heralds of a New Age
Syracuse University Press, 2003 - 269 עמודים
Illuminating the Jewish art exhibition at the Fifth Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland, in 1901, this study looks at its contributions to art and Jewish history and culture. Cultural Zionism was for the first time included into the official agenda, an important step for the politics of Zionism.
מה אומרים אנשים - כתיבת ביקורת
לא מצאנו ביקורות במקומות הרגילים
THE ART EXHIBITION AT THE FIFTH ZIONIST CONGRESS Artistic Creativity and the Renewal of the Jewish Spirit
FORERUNNERS Eduard Bendemann and Maurycy Gottlieb
THE TINY GREAT MAN
HERMANN STRUCK The Artist of the Point and the Artistic Soul of Israel
LESSER URY On the Wings of Coloric Ecstasy and in the Depths of Human Misery
EPHRAIM MOSHE LILIEN Cultural Priest and Social Advocate
Alfred Nossig ancient anti-Semitism art exhibition beauty became Bezalel biblical Brieger century color created creative cultural Zionists David Donath drawing Dutch Eduard Bendemann Eisler Ephraim Lilien Ephraim Moshe Lilien etcher etching Eternal Jew ex libris expression father Federzeichnung Feiwel Fifth Zionist Congress figure Gallery German ghetto Gronemann Guralnik Hebrew Hermann Struck human Jehudo Epstein Jeremiah Jerusalem Jewish art Jewish artists Jewish culture Jewish national Jewish spirit Jewish themes Jiidische Jozef Israels Judaism Jugendstil Karl Schwarz Kristan Kunst Kutna Lakos Lesser Ury Liebermann Martin Buber master Matejko Maurycy Gottlieb Miinchhausen Mizrachi modern Munich Museum Narkiss notes Ober-Ost Oskar Marmorek Ost und West painter painting picture poem Poland Polish portraits Rabbi religious Rembrandt Rosenfeld Rusel Schlogl Sezession Shabbat Solomon Kischinewski soul synagogue Theodor Herzl tion Torah tradition Ury's Vienna Werner wrote yearning Yiddish young Zion Zionist movement Zionist organization Zlocisti Zweig
עמוד 5 - You shall not make for yourself a carved image — any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them.
עמוד 5 - But a great educational institution in Palestine, which should attract Jews of learning and ability in large numbers to carry on their work on Jewish national lines in a true Jewish spirit, without constraint or undue influence from without, might even now rejuvenate the whole people and breathe new life into Judaism and Jewish literature.