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Obj. ID: 46241
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  Postcard with New Year greetings in Yiddish, Warsaw (Warszawa), circa 1910

© Gross Family Collection, Photographer: Unknown,
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Postcard with New Year greetings in Yiddish | Unknown
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circa 1910
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Goldberg, Haim (graphic designer, photographer, illustrator and printer)
Zacheta Galeria (publisher in Warsaw)
{"4469":"Haim Goldberg was a Warsaw Jewish-Polish graphic designer, photographer, illustrator and printer, as well as a Yiddish and Hebrew writer and poet. He worked for he was hired by the publishing house \"Yehudiya\", owned by the Yiddish daily Haynt, as a graphic designer in order to produce greeting cards and postcards. Goldberg created colored cards, using a composite method, creating his own style in this niche of Jewish art. First he photographed in his studio staged scenes portrayed by amateur actors, along with appropriate clothing and setting, and then he used painting and graphics techniques to add the pictures illustrated elements and short Yiddish rhymed greetings he composed. Thus he created series of popular postcards in various themes \u2013 Shana Tova ('Happy New Year') greeting cards, postcards depicting Jewish occupations, etc. In the 1920s, Goldberg opened in Warsaw a printing house and artistic zincography studio named \"Grafikon\". https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Haim_Goldberg_(Haggai)"}
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