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Modern Jewish Art
  Akselrod, Book cover for "To All of Us" by Sh.Rosin

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 04.1994
The picture represents a kind of abstract composition. It has an even grey background. A white horizontal line devides the upper narrow part from the lower ones and underlines the name of the author written in Yyddish: A large black circle is slightly moved to the left from the center of the main lower part of the picture. Six large rays emerge diagonally towards the lower right corner gradually becoming wider at the ends. On the right upper edge of the circle there are three white houses rising one above another. A snaking road emerges from the front, the most low house. It goes upwards to a white tree standing in the right corner. The title of the book written in Yiddish is scattered over the leaf. The first word is written above the circle with black color, the second written with white in its center, the third and the fourth are placed accordingly to the right of the circle and across the white rays. The name of the publishing house is written below.
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Akselrod, Book cover for "To All of Us" by Sh.Rosin | Unknown
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Date
1930
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Akselrod, Meir (painter)
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{"13":"1902-1970"}
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