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Obj. ID: 1480
Modern Jewish Art
  Meir Akselrod, Stage design for "The Strike of the Reapers" by Ziskind Lev (1935)

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 04.1994
The picture represents a view of a landlord's house and its surroundings. The house is in the center of the composition. It is two-storey. The massive ground floor is cut with a door and small semicircular windows. The second floor faces the stereet with a veranda with three white columns supporting a ridged roof with three chimneys. Through the openings between the columns one can see the wall of the main floor with a door in the center. To the left there is a porch with a small ladder attached to it from the front. Invisible steps are leadind also to the veranda from the right. To the left of the house there are a yard with the gates in its depth and an apple tree with red apples on it. To the right of the house there is a one-storey long building with windows and a door. The even blue and grey backdrop is represe nted on the background.

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Akselrod, Stage design for "The Strike of the Reapers" by Ziskind Lev | *Fine art | Painting
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