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Obj. ID: 28492
Modern Jewish Art
  Lion, Procession (From the "Three lives of Rembrandt" cycle)

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 06. 1992
The scene represents a group of people moving from left to right. The first one is a man with big head ,above which there is an inscription "Rembrandt", imitating the artist's facsimile, in reverse.There are also several men going behind him, but one can see clearly only their heads. Some of them have vast "rembrandesque" hats on their heads. Some of them are much smaller than others. The whole scene is enclosed with a kind of frame, made by strokes of illegible letters.

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Lion, Procession (From the "Three lives of Rembrandt" cycle) | Unknown
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Date
1978
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