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OngoingYishai Jusidman: Prussian Blue. A series of paintings rendered almost exclusively in one of the earliest artificially developed pigments used by European painters, Prussian Blue. The chemical compound that makes up this pigment is related to the Prussic acid in Zyklon B, the poisonous product deployed at some Nazi concentration and extermination camps. Leonard Baskin, The Great Birdman features more than 70 multimedia works. Baskin’s Orthodox Jewish upbringing and deep knowledge of Jewish texts and history are evident throughout his oeuvre. His art carries multiple sources of inspiration, including Egyptian and Mesopotamian sculpture, classical Greek mythology and literature, and portrayals of Native Americans. To Sep 24The Jews Of Amsterdam, Rembrandt And Pander.
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