Ars Judaica Index, 1–11

Author/s

Title

Volume

Year 

Pages

Adic Vesna

The Tragic Story of Leon Koen, the First Sephardi Painter from Belgrade: A Symbolist and Admirer of Nietzsche

05

2009

67-84

Aldouby Hava

Miniature Tombstones from the Cyprus Detention Camps. Special Item         

03

2007

91-100

Amishai-Maisels Ziva

Moshe Barasch (1920–2004). In Memoriam

01

2005

156-158

Amishai-Maisels Ziva

Menasseh Ben Israel and the ‘Wandering Jew’

02

2006

59-82

Amishai-Maisels Ziva

Kiev and Cracow: Modern Jewish Art

Kultur-Lige. Artistic Avant-Garde of the 1910s and the 1920s; Jewish Artists in Kraków 1873–1939. Book Review

05

2009

129-134

Amishai-Maisels Ziva

Obsessions of a Diasporist. Cilly Kugelmann, Eckhart Gillen, and Hubertus

Gasner, Obsessions: R.B. Kitaj 1932–2007. Book Review

10

2014

111-114

Apter-Gabriel Ruth

El Lissitzky’s Self-portrait (Constructor), 1924: Paradoxes and Possible Sources

06

2010

101-114

Aron-Beller Katherine

Would all the Quintessential Jews in Christian Art Please Stand Up?

Judaism and Christian Art: Aesthetic Anxieties from the Catacombs to Colonialism. Book Review

08

2012

151-153

Baigell Matthew

Spiritualism and Mysticism in Recent Jewish American Art

02

2006

135-150

Baigell Matthew

Richard McBee’s Akedah Series: Reimagining and Reconfiguring Jewish Art

05

2009

107-120

Baigell Matthew

Social Concern and Tikkun Olam in Jewish American Art

08

2012

55-80

Baigell Matthew

Robert Kirshbaum’s Art: Abstract, Intellectual, Spiritual

11

2015

79-90

Baskind Samantha

Midrash and the Jewish American Experience in Jack Levine’s Planning Solomon’s Temple

03

2007

73-90

Baumgarten Elisheva

Women, Art, and Reality in Medieval Byzantium Mati Meyer, An Obscure Portrait: Imaging Women’s Reality in Byzantine Art. Book Review

08

2012

143-147

Ben-Sasson Rivka

Botanics and Iconography: Images of the Lulav and the Etrog

08

2012

7-22

Bergman Eleonora

The Great Synagogue on Tłomackie Street: Warsaw Inspirations

10

2014

93-106

Bland Kalman P.

A Jewish Theory of Jewish Visual Culture: Leon Modena’s Concepts of Images and Their Effect on Locative Memory

05

2009

59-66

Bowlt John E.

Mark Antokolsky

Musya Glants, Where Is My Home? The Art and Life of the Russian Jewish Sculptor Mark Antokolsky,1843–1902. Book Review

08

2012

157-158

Brutin Batya

The Boy from the Warsaw Ghetto as Holocaust Icon in Art

11

2015

55-78

Brzewska Iwona and Deluga Waldemar

A Note on Hebrew Script in Christian Art between Wrocław and L’viv

08

2012

23-30

Cahn Walter

Jewish Art in Modern Times: A New Appraisal Samantha Baskind and Larry Silver, Jewish Art: A Modern History. Book Review

09

2013

131-136

Charvit Yossef

Jewish Identity and Modern Philanthropy. Dominique Jarassé, Osiris: Mécène Juif et nationaliste français. Book Review

06

2010

147-149

Cohen Evelyn M.

Gallico’s Identity Exposed: Revealing an Erased Colophon from a Renaissance Prayer Book

01

2005

85-90

Cohen Evelyn M.

A Surprising Model for Charlotte Rothschild’s Haggadah of 1842

10

2014

37-48

Cohen Richard I. and Rajner Mirjam

The Return of the Wandering Jew(s) in Samuel Hirszenberg’s Art

07

2011

33-56

Contessa Andreina

An Uncommon Representation of the Temple Implements in a Fifteenth-century Hebrew Sephardi Bible

05

2009

37-58

Deluga Waldemar

Exhibition of Gela Seksztajn’s Drawings at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw. Exhibition Review

04

2008

144-146

Deluga Waldemar and Brzewska Iwona

A Note on Hebrew Script in Christian Art between Wrocław and L’viv

08

2012

23-30

Dukhan Igor

El Lissitzky – Jewish as Universal: From Jewish Style to Pangeometry

03

2007

53-72

Englard Yaffa

The Creation of Eve in Art and the Myth of

Androgynous Adam

05

2009

23-36

Faust Avraham

Decoration versus Simplicity: Pottery and Ethnic Negotiation in Early Israel

09

2013

7-18

Friedman Mira

The Meaning of the Zodiac in Synagogues in the Land of Israel during the Byzantine Period

01

2005

51-62

Friedman Mira

Oskar Kokoschka’s Saul and David

04

2008

81-92

Fronda Rahel

Attributing of Three Ashkenazi Bibles with Micrographic Images

09

2013

45-56

Goldberg Igra Caroline

The Restoration of Loss: Jechezkiel David Kirszenbaum’s Exploration of Personal Displacement

10

2014

69-92

Goldberg-Mulkiewicz Olga

Jerzy Malinowski, Painting and Sculpture of Polish Jews in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Polish). Book Review

01

2005

153-155

Goldberg-Mulkiewicz Olga

Life in the Shtetl in Paintings and Narrative. Mayer Kirshenblatt and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, They Called Me Mayer July: Painted Memories of a Jewish

Childhood in Poland before the Holocaust. Book Review

06

2010

150-154

Goldman Batsheva Ida

The Birthing Chair: The Chair of Rabbi Nah.man of Bratslav, a Phenomenological Analysis. Special Item

06

2010

115-132

Gross William L.

Alfred Moldovan 1921(?)–2013. In Memoriam.

10

2014

119-120

Gruber Samuel D.

Kazimierz Maciej Piechotka (1919–2010). In Memoriam

07

2011

151-154

Halperin Dalia-Ruth

A Jew among Us: The Catalan Micrography Mahzִor Artist and the Ferrer Bassa Atelier

03

2007

19-30

Halperin Dalia-Ruth

Maiestas Domini Converted

06

2010

45-68

Harel Hoshen Sarah

Zussia Efron (1911–2002). In Memoriam

02

2006

179-181

Harvey Warren Zev

Micrographic Midrash in Fourteenth-Century Barcelona. Dalia-Ruth Halperin, Illuminating in Micrography:The Catalan Micrography Maḥzor MS Heb. 806527

in the National Library of Israel. Book Review

11

2015

93-96

Heyd Milly

Arnold Schoenberg’s Self-portraits between “Iconism” and “Anti-Iconism”: The Jewish-Christian Struggle. Special Item

01

2005

133-146

Heyd Milly

Hans Richter: Universalism vis-a-vis Particularism

07

2011

105-122

Higgs Strickland Debra

The Jewishness of Christian Art. Judaism and Christian Art: Aesthetic Anxieties from the Catacombs to Colonialism, eds. Herbert L. Kessler and David Nirenberg. Book Review

11

2015

97-100

Idel Moshe

Holding an Orb in His Hand: The Angel ‘Anafi’el and a Late Antiquity Helios Mosaic

09

2013

19-44

Idel Moshe

Visualization of Colors, 1: David ben Yehudah he-Ḥasid’s Kabbalistic Diagram

11

2015

31-54

Jacoby Ruth and Shaked Shaul

An Early Torah Pointer from Afghanistan. Special Item

01

2005

147-152

Jarrasse Dominique

Orientalism, Colonialism, and Jewish Identity in the Synagogues of North Africa under French Domination

07

2011

83-104

Kadish Sharman

Sha‘ar ha-Shamayim: London’s Bevis Marks Synagogue and the Sephardi Architectural Heritage

03

2007

31-52

Kampf  Avram

Art and the Early Zionist Movement: Controversy and Discord

01

2005

109-116

Kantor-Kazovsky Lola

Vladimir Yakovlev in the Grobman Collection in Tel Aviv: A Jewish Interpretation of the Avant-garde Myth of Artistic Creation

 

2008

93-112

Kessler Herbert L.

Bezalel Narkiss (1926–2008). In Memoriam

05

2009

137-139

Kessler Katrin

Jewish Identity in Contemporary Architecture, eds. Angeli Sachs and Edward van Voolen. Book Review

02

2006

169-171

Klauzin´ska Kamila

Colored Tombstones in the Jewish Cemetery in Zdun´ska Wola. Special Item

05

2009

121-128

Klein Michele

The Havdalah Candle-holder

08

2012

31-54

Klein Rudolf

Oriental-Style Synagogues in Austria-Hungary: Philosophy and Historical Significance

02

2006

117-134

Klein Rudolf

Fredric Bedoire, The Jewish Contribution to Modern Architecture, 1830–1930. Book Review

03

2007

111-115

Kogman-Appel Katrin

Picture Bibles and the Re-written Bible: The Place of Moses dal Castellazzo in Early Modern Book History

02

2006

35-52

Kogman-Appel Katrin

Kurt (1923–2007) and Ursula (1927–1999) Schubert. In Memoriam

04

2008

147-149

Kogman-Appel Katrin

Visual Strategies in Medieval Haggadot

Marc M. Epstein, The Medieval Haggadah: Art, Narrative, and Religious Imagination. Book Review

08

2012

148-150

Kogman-Appel Katrin

“Elisha ben Abraham, Known as Cresques”: Scribe, Illuminator, and Mapmaker in Fourteenth-Century Mallorca

10

2014

27-36

Kotlerman Ber (Boris)

Discovering the Magic of Yiddishkayt.

Futur antérieur: L’avant-garde et le livre yiddish (1914–1939), catalogue, ed. Nathalie Hazan-Brunet with Ada Ackerman. Book Review

07

2011

137-141

Kotlyar Eugeny

The Making of a National Art: Boris Schatz in Bulgaria

04

2008

43-60

Kravtsov Sergey R.

Reconstruction of the Temple by Charles Chipiez and Its Applications in Architecture

04

2008

25-42

Kravtsov Sergey R.

Jewish Identities in Synagogue Architecture of Galicia and Bukovina

06

2010

81-100

Kravtsov Sergey R. and Levin Vladimir

Leviathan Thanks the Lord: Perek Shirah on a Wall of the Great Synagogue in Radyvyliv. Special Item

10

2014

107-110

Krinsky Carol Herselle

Comprehensive View of Hungarian Synagogues. Rudolf Klein, Zsinagógák Magyarországon 1782–1918: Fejlo˝déstörténet, tipológia és epítészeti jelentöség / Synagogues in Hungary 1782–1918: Genealogy,Typology and Architectural Significance. Book Review

09

2013

120-122

Laderman Shulamit

The Unique Significance of the Hebrew Alphabet in the Works of Mordecai Ardon and Michael Sgan-Cohen

05

2009

85-106

Lenowitz Harris

Hebrew Script in the Works of Bartolome Bermejo

04

2008

7-20

Levin Vladimir and Kravtsov Sergey R.

Leviathan Thanks the Lord: Perek Shirah on a Wall of the Great Synagogue in Radyvyliv. Special Item

10

2014

107-110

Levine Lee I.

Figural Art in Ancient Judaism

01

2005

9-26

Levinger Esther

Images and Self-images: Jews in the World of Art Jewish Dimensions in Modern Visual Culture: Antisemitism, Assimilation, Affirmation. Book Review

08

2012

154-156

Lindwer Willy

Rafi Grafman (1939–2001).

01

2005

162-163

Litvak Olga

Review Essay. Art Criticism for the Blind:

New Approaches to the Life and Work of Marc Chagall. Book Review

03

2007

101-110

Malkiel David

Monuments of an Exotic Community.

Aviva Ben-Ur and Rachel Frankel, eds., Remnant Stones: The Jewish Cemeteries and Synagogues of Suriname: Epitaphs; Remnant Stones: The Jewish Cemeteries and Synagogues of Suriname: Essays. Book Review

09

2013

118-119

Meyer Mati

Harlot or Penitent: The Figure of Rahab in Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts

02

2006

25-34

Meyer Mati

The Personification of Zion in Byzantine Psalters with Marginal Illustrations: Between Eschatological Hopes and Realia

05

2009

7-22

Miller Irit

Hebraism and Hellenism in An Allegory – A Painting by Solomon Joseph Solomon

02

2006

103-116

Mishory Alec

A Purim Masquerade: Fowls and Foxes in Shmuel Ben David’s Illuminated Scroll of Esther (ca. 1923)

09

2013

57-74

Nagy Márta

Hommage à Lucien Hervé. Exibition Review.

08

2012

137-142

Nashman Fraiman Susan

Of Provenance and Providence: On the Reappearance of David Playing the Harp for Saul by Moritz Oppenheim. Special Item

07

2011

123-136

Nashman-Fraiman Susan

“Joy and Gladness, Happy Festivals for the House of Judah”: A Unique Parokhet from Alessandria della Paglia. Special Item

02

2006

151-162

Offenberg Sara

Illuminations of Kol Nidrei in Two Ashkenazi Mahzorim

07

2011

7-16

Offenberg Sara

Former Synagogues and Host-Miracle Shrines in Germany and Austria.

Mitchell B. Merback, Pilgrimage and Pogrom:Violence, Memory, and Visual Culture at the Host-Miracle Shrines of Germany and Austria. Book Review

11

2015

91-92

Piatkowska Renata

A Sense of Togetherness: The Jewish Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts in Warsaw (1923–1939)

07

2011

57-66

Poseq Avigdor W.G.

Toward a Semiotic Approach to Jewish Art

01

2005

27-50

Poseq Avigdor W.G.

Igael Tumarkin’s Sixteen Tributes to Goya

04

2008

113-136

Presiado Mor

“These Threads Capture Shadows:” Sewing and Embroidery in Holocaust Art Works of Contemporary JewishWomen Artists

08

2012

99-118

Rajner Mirjam

Chagall’s Fiddler

01

2005

117-132

Rajner Mirjam

A New Look at Jewish Art Edward van Voolen, My Grandparents, My Parents and I: Jewish Art and Culture. Book Review

03

2007

116-118

Rajner Mirjam

Chagall’s Jew in Bright Red

04

2008

61-80

Rajner Mirjam and Cohen Richard I.

The Return of the Wandering Jew(s) in Samuel Hirszenberg’s Art

07

2011

33-56

Revel-Neher Elisheva

Seeing the Voice: Configuring the Non-Figurable in Early Medieval Jewish Art

02

2006

7-24

Revel-Neher Elisheva

Naphtali G. Deutsch (1931–2005). In Memoriam

02

2006

177-178

Revel-Neher Elisheva

Gabrielle Sed-Rajna (1927–2008). In Memoriam

04

2008

150-152

Revel-Neher Elisheva

An Inverted Path. Beyond the Yellow Badge: Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism in Medieval and Early Modern Visual Culture,

ed. Mitchell B. Merback. Book Review

06

2010

143-146

Rodov Ilia

Dragons: A Symbol of Evil in European Synagogue Decoration?

01

2005

63-84

Rodov Ilia

Pro arte judaicae Kalman P. Bland, The Artless Jew: Medieval and Modern Affirmations and Denials of the Visual. Book Review

02

2006

163-164

Rodov Ilia

Journey along the Cyclic Path. Shalom Sabar in collaboration with Ella Arazi, Avriel Bar-Levav, and Roni Weinstein, Ma‘agal Ha-.hayyim (The Life Cycle): Jewish Communities in the East in the

Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Book Review

04

2008

137-140

Rodov Ilia

Research of Jewish Art: Focusing on Lithuania. Aiste Niunkaite. Racˇiuniene. Lietuvos žyd˛u tradicinio meno ir simboliu˛ pasaulis: atvaizdai, vaizdiniai ir tekstai (The World of Lithuanian Jewish Traditional Art and Symbols: Images, Notions and Texts). Book Review

09

2013

123-126

Rodov Ilia

Research of Jewish Art in the Ukrainian Context. Eugeny Kotlyar, ed., Jewish Art and the Ukrainian Context: Horizons of Traditional Artistic Culture; Jewish Art and the Ukrainian Context: Within the Stream of

European Modernity. Book Review

09

2013

127-130

Roemer Nils

Dreaming of Michelangelo. Asher D. Biemann, Dreaming of Michelangelo:

Jewish Variations on a Modern Theme. Book Review

11

2015

101-102

Rosman Moshe

Resplendent BookThomas C. Hubka, Resplendent Synagogue: Architecture and Worship in an Eighteenth-Century Polish Community. Book Review

02

2006

165-168

Sabar Shalom

Joseph Gutmann (1923–2004). In Memoriam

01

2005

159-161

Sabar Shalom

A New Discovery: The Earliest Illustrated Esther Scroll by Shalom Italia. Special Item.

08

2012

119-136

Schmetterling Astrid

“I am Jussuf of Egypt”: Orientalism in Else Lasker-Schuler’s Drawings

08

2012

81-98

Schwartz  Joshua

A Woman for All Seasons. Between Judaism and Christianity: Art Historical Essays in Honor of Elisheva (Elisabeth) Revel-Neher,

eds. Katrin Kogman-Appel and Mati Meyer. Book Review

06

2010

139-142

Shadmi Tamar

From Functional Solution to Decorative Concept: Stages in the Development of Inscribing Liturgical Texts on Synagogue Walls

06

2010

69-80

Shaked Shaul and Jacoby Ruth

An Early Torah Pointer from Afghanistan. Special Item

01

2005

147-152

Shalev-Eyni Sarit

The Mah. zor as a Cosmological Calendar: The Zodiac Signs in Medieval Ashkenazi Context

10

2014

7-26

Silver Larry

Israel’s Art Viewed and Reviewed

Yigal Zalmona, A Century of Israeli Art. Book Review

10

2014

115-118

Singer Rachel

Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are: An Exploration of the Personal and the Collective

07

2011

17-32

Sirkis Bank Nurit

Opposites United: The Square-Round Silver Wedding Ring. Special Item

09

2013

101-110

Soltes Ori Z.

Felix Lembersky: The Artist Uncovered.

Yelena Lembersky, ed., Felix Lembersky (1913–1970): Paintings and Drawings. Book Review

07

2011

142-146

Sperber Daniel

Moses’ Shoes at the Burning Bush

02

2006

53-58

Sperber Daniel

A Note on Moses’ Tar-Box

04

2008

21-24

Sperber Daniel

Were the Medieval Spanish Haggadot Ever Read at the Seder? Katrin Kogman-Appel, Illuminated Haggadot from Medieval Spain: Biblical Imagery and the Passover Holiday. Book Review

04

2008

141-143

Steinberg Ronit

Sampler Embroidery Past and Present as an Expression of Merging Jewish Identity

10

2014

49-68

Stern David

“Jewish” Art and the Making of the Medieval Prayerbook

06

2010

23-44

Stern David

The New Jewish Book History. Sarit Shalev-Eyni, Jews among Christians: Hebrew

Book Illumination from Lake Constance. Book Review

09

2013

111-117

Sztyma-Knasciecka Tamara

“Pole, Jew, Artist: Identity and Avant-Garde”. Exhibition Review

06

2010

133-138

Tanikowski Artur

Toward the Philosophy of Work: The Late Paintings of Leopold Gottlieb

09

2013

75-100

Washton Long Rose-Carol

Modernity as Anti-Nostalgia: The Photographic Books of Tim Gidal and Moshe Vorobeichic and the Eastern

European Shtetl

07

2011

67-82

Weber Annette

“The Masorah is a Fence to the Torah”

Monumental Letters and Micrography in

Medieval Ashkenazi Bibles

11

2015

7-30

Weiss Zeev

Reconstructing and Deconstructing Jewish Art: Between Rome and Byzantium

03

2007

7-18

Whitfield Stephen J.

Samantha Baskind, Raphael Soyer and the Search for Modern Jewish Art. Book Review

02

2006

172-173

Yaniv Bracha

Praising the Lord: Discovering a Song of Ascents on Carved Torah Arks in Eastern Europe

02

2006

83-102

Yuval-Hacham Noa

“You Shall Not Make for Yourself Any Graven Image…”: On Jewish Iconoclasm in Late Antiquity

06

2010

7-22

Zirlin Yael

Discovering the Floersheim Haggadah

01

2005

91-108