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1395 Silver Ewer. (English, 1758.)

I395A Two Pewter Dishes, with Hebrew Inscriptions.

Lent by Sir Isidore Spielmann, F.S.A.
13958 Engraved Pointer and Pair of Ancient Bells, for

Sepher, from the Yemenite Jews of Jerusalem.

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg.



LEADING INTO THE SMALL GALLERY

1396 Wentworth Street. (Amy J. Drucker.)

1397 Portrait in Chalks. (Miss May Sandheim.)

1398 Morning Devotions. (Black and white drawing by
Isaac Snowman.)

Lent by Mrs. Asher I. Myers.

1399 Sampler.

Lent by Major Lewis-Earned.

1400 The Wave. (Prof. S. E. A. Grunewald.)

1401 The Mill Stream, Llandegfan, Anglesey, N.W.
(Prof. S. E. A. Grunewald).



PASSAGE INTO SMALL GALLERY.

1402 Purim in a Chevra (small synagogue (Black and
white drawing by Isaac Snowman).
Lent by Mrs. Asher 1. Myers.



78 SMALL GALLERY

SMALL GALLERY.

CENTRAL CASE H.

Fifteen Passports of the late Sir Moses Montefiore, F.R.S.,
for his various Missions to the Holy Land, Russia, Rome,
Constantinople, Roumania, Morocco, etc., on behalf of his
persecuted co-religionists, covering the period 1816-1875.

Lent by Sir Isidore Spielmann, F.S.A.

Also (62) an autograph letter from the Prince (now
King) of Roumania to Sir Moses Montifiore.

Lent by Mrs. A. Sebag-Montifiore.



WATER COLOURS AND PASTELS.

Unless otherwise stated, the pictures are lent by
the artists.

1 Dyffryn, North Wales
By FRANK L. EMANUEL.

2 Friends

By Miss HANNAH MYERS.

3 Main Street of the Mellah, Magodor, Morocco
By LAURENCE HARRIS.

Lent by Henry Harris, Esq., J.P.

4 In the Garden

By MRS. JULIA H. CREAMER.

5 Jew Baiting

By JACOB H. AMSCHEWITZ.

6 Rising Mists

By ADOLPH BIRKENRUTH.

7 Portuguese Synagogue, Bevis Marks.
By Miss LOUISA HARRIS.

Lent by Miss Clara de H. Harris.

8 The Old Jew

By E. FRANKFORT.

Lent by Messrs. Wm. Marchmont and Co.

9 Cup of Consolation
By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by A. C. Fraser, Esq.

to Engadine Shepherds
By ADOLPH BIRKENRUTH.

1 1 In the Ghetto

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.



SMALL GALLERY 79

12 Commerce

By JACOB H. AMSCHEWITZ.

13 Swiss Costume (Study)
By ADOLPH BIRKENRUTH.

14 Tired

By MRS. JULIA H. CREAMKR.

15 A Study

By MRS' JULIA H. CREAMER.

1 6 The Book

By MRS. G. E. ESTELLE NATHAN.

17 Head of an Old Rabbi
By Miss R. SOLOMON.

1 8 Vaneuse

By L. LEVY-DHJRMER.

19 Wentworth Street at Night
By AMY J. DRUCKER.

20 Girl Sewing

By ISAAC ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

21 Jews Praying

By W. ROTHENSTEIN.

22 Portrait of Edwin S. Montagu, Esq., M.P.
By MRS. G. E. ESTELLE NATHAN.

23 Alone

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

24 The Mowers

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

25 The Cripple

By ALBERT ROTHENSTEIN.

26 Portrait of Mr. Zangwill
By W. ROTHENSTEIN.

27 Worn Out

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

28 Judith

By M. MAIMON.

29 Toreador

By L. LEVY-DHURMER.

30 Richmond Bridge
By JAMES L. HENRY.

Lent by Chas. H. Emabuel, Esq.



8o SMALL GALLERY

31 Study

By LADY SASSOON.

32 In a Year

By MRS. G. E. ESTELLE NATHAN.

33 Sheep and Sussex Downs
By MRS. ESTHER S. SUTRO.

34 Enfants

By L. LEVY-DHURMER.

35 The House with the Green Shutters (pastel)
By MRS. ESTHER S. SUTRO.

36 Pastel Portrait

By MADAME HELEN T E DARMESTETER.
Lent by Mrs. Helen Trust.

37 Les Rameuses

By CAMILLE PISSARRO.
Lent by Miss Alice Isaacson.

38 The Day's Work Done (pastel)
By FRANK L. EMANUEL.

39 Old House, Ditchling
By MRS. ESTHER S. SUTRO.

40 A Study (pastel)
By LADY SASSOON.

41 Sunset Corbieres, Jersey, Channel Islands
By PROFESSOR S. E. A. GRUNEWALD

42 Blanche

By EMANUEL HORWITZ.

43 The Toy

By MRS.' G. E. ESTELLE NATHAN.

44 Pastel Portrait of Mrs. W. G. Hartog
By MADAME HELENE DARMESTETER.

Lent by W. G. Hartog, Esq.

45 Peonies

By KATE L. ANDRADE.

46 Gates of Old Emmanuel Hospital, late

Westminster
By Miss R. SOLOMON.

47 An Oxfordshire Farm
By MRS. HERBERT SAMUEL.

48 Covered Jewish Market Place, Marakesh.

Morocco -
By LAURENCE HARRIS.



SMALL GALLERY 81

49 Fairy

By MRS. F. S. FRANKLIN.
Lent by F. S. Franklin, Esq.

50 Mushrooms

By MRS. F. S. FRANKLIN.

51 A Norfolk Mill

By MRS. HERBERT SAMUEL.

52 A Welsh Highway
By FRANK L. EMANUEL.

53 Sketches (Lea)

By S. M. GOLDBERG.

54 Elisha and the Prophets
By Miss MAUD BEDDINGTON.

55 Portrait

By Miss M. AGNES COHEN.

56 Small Replica of the Original Painting of the

Old Emmanuel Hospital, Westminster.
By Miss R. SOLOMON.

57 Portrait of an Eastern Lady in the Jewish

Arabic Dress
By Miss R. SOLOMON.

58 Poppies

By MRS. F. S. FRANKLIN.

59 Jewish Vendor of Vegetables, Morocco
By LAURENCE HARRIS.

60 Street in Jewish Quarter, Marakesh, Morocco



CASE II.

6 1 The Little Mermaid, (Miss Birkenruth.)

62 (See Central Case).

63 Two Copper Book Backs. (D. M. Franklin, Esq.)

64 A Man in Armour (after an engraving by Durer)
(Embossed in silver by Charles H. L. Emanuel, M.A.)

65 The Rat-catcher (after an engraving by Rembrant).
(Embossed in silver by Charles H. L. Emanuel. M.A )

66 (a) A Warrior, (b) Erasmus. (Simeon L. Samuel.)

67 Tooled Leather Frame, with Illuminated Mount.
(The Misses Kisch.)

68 Clock embossed in silver. (Charles H L. Emanuel
M.A.)



82 SMALL GALLERY

69 A Coronation (after an old tapestry). (Embossed in
silver by Charles H. L. Rmanuel, M.A.)

70 Silver and Pearl Box. (Charles H. L. Emanuel, M.A.)

71 Case of Jewellery. (Julius W. Sandheim.)

72 Portrait, Mrs. Julia Griesbach. (Kate L. Andrade.)

73 The Enchanted Garden (Enamel). (Beatrice Mark
Martin )

74 Copper and Pearl Box. (Charles H. L. Emanuel,
M.A.)

75 Necklace, enamel and oxydized silver. (H. Gertrude
Hildesheim.)

76 Brooch, enamel, with uncut rubies and oxydized sil-
ver setting. (H. Gertrude Hildesheim.)

Lent by Mrs. Hildesheim.

77 Hand-mirror, enamel and oxydized copper. H Ger-
trude Hildesheim.)

Lent by Miss Margaret Halstan (Mrs. J. Morgan

78 Tooled Calf Blotter. (The Misses Kisch.)

79 Portrait Sketch, Mr. George Heydemann (W. Hey-
demann.)

Lent by Mr. George Heydemann.

79A Ancient Oriental Curtain for the Ark, embroidered b
hand.
Lent by Miss Emma Gollancz.



CASE III.

80 Songs by Ben Jonson. (Lucien Pissarro.)

81 Fruit Stand, oxydized silver. (D. Franklin.)

82 The Book of Ruth and Book of Esther. (L. Pissarro,)

83 Bacchanalian Revels. (Julian Miltone.)

84 Sacred Music, silver-gilt iriptych. enamelled panels.
(Beatrice Mark Martin.)

85 Some old French and English Ballads. (L. Pissarro.)

86 Box. (Miss Birkenruth.)

87 Drop handle. (D. Franklin.)

88 Oxydized Silver Candlestick. (D. Franklin.)

89 Cigarette Box. (D. Franklin.)

90 Powder Box. (D. Franklin.)

91 Tea Caddy. (D. Franklin.)

92 Louis XVI. Photo Frame. (J. Miltone.)



SCULPTURE.

93 The Fugitives. (Miss Jeanette Franklin.)
Lent by E. A. Franklin, Esq.)

94 Head of a Young Girl. (Miss Kate Somers.)



SMALL GALLERY 83

CASE IV.

95 Katie. (Miss M. Levy.)

96 The Rev. Dr. Albert Lowy. (Miss M. Levy.)

97 Sweet Nell. (Marie Johnson.)

98 Egeria. (Ephraim Strellett, M.S.M.)

99 Mrs. Joseph Cowen. (Leo Mielziner.)
Lent by Joseph Cowen, Esq

zoo Case of Miniatures. (Miss Hannah Myers.)

101 The Embroideress. (Miss Nellie Elizabeth Isaacs.)

102 The late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jacob. (Amy J.
Drucker.)

Lent by the Misses Jacob.

103 A Fisherman. (Miss Nellie E. Isaac.)

104 Tiie two daughters of D. Ziman. (Leo Mielziner.)
Lent by D. Ziman,

105 " O what can ail the Knight-at-arms,
So haggard and so woebegone ? Keats.
(Miss Nellie'Elizabeth Isaac.)

106 Case of Miniatures. (Helena Horwitz.)

107 Miniatures: i, Mrs. Lewis Solomons; 2, In the
Snow; 3, The Bridesmaid; 4, Rob. son of W.
Elkin, Esq (Eva Simon.)

108 Portrait of the Rev. J. Samuels. (Miss R. Solomon.)

109 Daphne. (Ephraim Strellit, M.S.M.)



no " Kishineff, 1903." Small group sketch in wax.

Lent by Jacob Epstein.)
in Circe. (Emanuel Horwitz.)



112 Engraving. " The Marrannoes in Spain."
Lent by M. Maimon.

113 Copper Mirror. (Hannah F. Jacob.)

114 Portrait of Rev. A. L. Green, born 1821, died 1883.
Preacher, Minister of Central Synagogue, 1855.
Author of famous series of letters in ' Jewish Chron-
icle," over signature "Nemo." From painting by
B. S. Marks.

(Lent by Mrs. Asher J. Myers.

115 The Brook, Cheadle, Cheshire. (Prof. S.E. A. Grun-
wald.)

n6 Photograph after Nathaniel Sichel's " Judith,"
Lent by the Berlin Photographic Company.



84 UPPER GALLERY

UPPER GALLERY.

JEWISH ART.

WHETHER or not it be the fact that the precept of the
Commandment against the making of any graven image or
likeness of the objects of nature is responsible, out of a
narrow interpretation, for the abstention of the Hebrew race
from the practice of the Fine Arts, need not be considered
here. It may at least be admitted that Divine ordinance,
supplemented by ever-existent harrying and persecution and
the consequent feeling of insecurity, is sufficient to account
in considerable measure for the absence of Jewish names
from the ranks of painters and sculptors of the higher class
up to recent times. There have been many exceptions, no
doubt. It is on record that "Meier le Brun the Jew"
painted a picture on commission for Prince Edward as early
as the year 1270, and it has been suggested that Lucas van
Leyden (1494-1533), whose real name was Lucas Jacobsz and
who based his art on that of Israel van Mecheln, belonged to
the Jewish community. It is noteworthy that he excelled in
engraving a section of the graphic arts in which for many
centuries Jews have been distinguished, whether in pure
line engraving or in etching. Purely decorative art laid no
embargo on Jewish religious susceptibility such as was
imposed by the law against painting, and there is reason to
suppose that many Israelite workers devoted themselves to
craftsmanship. Such was Josepho de Levi of Verona (six-
teenth century), who fashioned the noble bronze fire-dogs
now in the South Kensington Museum ; and Sir C. Purdon
Clarke has pointed out that Jews took a leading part in the
development of decorative glass.

As painters, then, the Jewish people, devoting themselves
to the arts of music, literature, and the drama, have been
little known before the nineteenth century. That they have
already achieved a good deal the present exhibition testifies.
In the recent past, in England, we have the names of
painters of some eminence in their day. There is Solomon
Hart, R.A. (1806-1881), an " historical painter," who showed
his full power in essentially Jewish subjects not merely in
Bible pictures such as " The Prophet Ezekiel " or " Solo-
mon," or even in incidents such as " The Conference be-
tween Menasseh Ben Israel and Oliver Cromwell " and
" The Jews and their Proposal to Ferdinand and Isabella,-''
but rather actualities, such as " Simchath Torah " and " The
Elevation of the Law." For these are true history, not re-
constructed history like the others. There is the short-lived
Abraham Solomon (1824-1862), whose popular pictures" Wait-
ing for the Verdict " and " Not Guilty," appealed so strongly
to the taste of a former generation. His "Saladin in Richard's
Tent " was engraved by- the distinguished line engraver,
Henry Lemon, examples of whose work are also to be found



UPPER GALLERY 85

in the exhibition. But of infinitely greater merit as an
artist was the brother, Simeon Solomon (d. 1905), who, in
the opinion of many critics, had he lived and developed as
he began, would have surpassed in combined poetry,
imagination, and power, in character and design, his friends
and fellow artists, Burne-Jones and Rossetti. Of the work
of Jozef Israels, here so well represented, little need be
said. He is the Jewish Rembrandt of to-day, a man who
has conquered universal admiration and the applause of
every school of artistic thought, and has not had to wait for
his passing for his name to be inscribed on the scroll of the
immortals.

To the modern section of painting and sculpture little
introduction is necessary. In the main it represents the
British school, but a number of examples by foreign artists
have been sought out in order that some idea may be con-
veyed of the activity existing among Jewish artists abroad.
It will be observed that every school is represented, ranging
from the " Victorian " painter to the ultra-impressionist of
to-day ; so that in art, as in philosophy and politics, the
Jew is to be found in the front ranks of the reformers and
(as Burne-Jones used to say with hearty approval) of the
" art-rebels." Some of the figure-painters may choose to
infuse racial passion into their woik by the treatment of
essentially Jewish subjects, poignant in their significance
and of profound sincerity; but the majority, identifying
themselves entirely with their adopted country after the
manner of the Jewish people, alike in feeling and in sub-
ject, show no trace of distinctive thought or differentiation
of artistic sentiment.

And this, we may be sure, will be the course of future
development continual assimilation, with the single object,
in this country, of advancing the honour and glory of the
British school. Young men and women of ability are arising
on every side who will certainly remove the reproach of the
past, and the graphic arts, like the others, will before Ions';
be recognised as equal witness of the emotional and intel-
lectual genius of the House of Israel.

M. H. SPIELMANN:



86 UPPER GALLERY



OIL PAINTINGS.

Unless otherwise stated, the pictures are lent by
the artists.

1 Hebraica

By B. S. MARKS, R.C.A.

IA Engraving

Lent by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

2 Fiddle and We

By Miss ANNE MARKS.

3 The Persian Girl

" Serene, with argent-lidded eyes
Amorous, and lashes like to rays
Of darkness, and a brow of pearl
Tressed with redolent ebony."
By NELLIE JOSHUA.

4 David Copperfield and his Child-wife
By EMMA MAGNUS.

4A Engraving First Reading of a New Work
Lent by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

43 Scenes from Palestine. (Engravings.)
Lent by the Victoria and Albert Museum.

5 Red Table Cloth

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

6 Arthur C. Behrend, Esq.
By EMANUEL HORWITZ.

Lent by A. C. Behrend, Esq.

7 Jocabeth Weaving the Cradle
By EDGAR SELIGMAN.

Lent by Mrs. L. Seligman

8 Wanderers

By SAMUEL R. SAMUEL.

9 Portrait of a Man.
By DOROTHEA LANDAU.

10 An Interior

By JOZKF ISRAELS.

Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

11 Pancakes

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by F. C. Stoop, Esq.



UPPER GALLERY 87

12 On the Way of the Exile
By L. PILICHOWSKI.

13 Agatha and Agathine
By Miss E. Q. HENRIQUES.

14 Polignac

By MICHEL SALAMAN.

15 The Student

By MARK ZANGWILL.

1 6 Ulysses Recognised by Euryslea
By'j. H. AMSCHWITZ.

17 The Bouquet

By Miss ELLEN G. COHEN.

1 8 Portrait of Sidney Porter
By EDITH E. LCMLEY.

19 Carpenter's Shop

By ALFRED A. WOLMARK.
Lent by D. Marx, Esq.

20 Lady and Parrakeet

By MADAME HELENA ARSEN*; DARMESTETER.

21 The Gambler

By Miss ELLEN G. COHEN.

22 Frances, daughter of Horace Levy, Esq.
By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

Lent by Horace W. Levy, Esq.

23 Papa Painting

By SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, R.A.

24 Portrait of the late Rev. S. Singer
By Miss FLORENCE MARKS.

Lent by Mrs. Singer.

25 Reverie

By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

26 Silver Candlesticks

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

27 The Lesson

By LILY DEFRIES.

28 Portrait of Bertie Douglass
By JOSEPH MORDECAI.

Lent by Mrs. Stella Brereton Douglass.

29 Interior of Laren
By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Dmcker, Esq.



88 UPPER GALLERY

30 A French Fishing Port
By FRANK L. EMANUEL.

31 La Tournette

By Miss HANNAH MYERS.

32 Bertie

By JOSEPH MORDECAI.

Lent by Mrs. Stella Brereton Douglass.

33 The Mantle Shop
By ISAAC ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C- J- Drucker, Esq.

34 Portrait of Joseph de Castro, Esq.
By HERBERT HORWITZ.

Lent by Percy M. Castello, Esq.

35 Jews Mourning in a Synagogue

By W. ROTHENSTEIN.

36 St. Valery-sur-Somme (landscape)
Lent by Ena Mathias.

37 Fliitation

By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

38 Reflection

By HERBERT HORWITZ.

39 The Lonely Lake

By Miss E. Q. HENRIQUES.

40 The Innkeeper
By ENA MATHIAS.

41 Good-bye

" Straining their weary eyes to see

The fading sail in the western sky."
By Miss M. AGNES COHEN.

42 The Late Hour
By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

43 Outcast among the Nations
By Miss LIZZIE HANDS.

44 As Night Falls

By Miss E. Q. HENRIQUES.

45 A Rabbi Reading

By ALFRED A. WOLMARK.
Lent by Ernst Wilmers, Esq.

46 Falkenburg

By Miss M. AGNES COHEN.



UPPER GALLERY 89

47 Twilight

By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

Lent by H. Wilkinson Brooks, Esq.

48 Portrait of the Rev. Professor H. Gollancz,

Litt.D.
By ALFRED A. WOLMARK.

49 An Exposition of the Talmud

By W. ROTHENSTEIN.

Lent by E. J. Hesslein, Esq.

50 Pont Xeuf from my Window
By JOSEPH WOLINSKI.

51 The Song of a Shirt
By ALBERT ROTHENSTEIN.

Lent by His Honour Judge Evans.

52 Portrait of M. Michaelson, Esq.
Bv ASSUR MICHAELSON.

Lent by M. Michaelson, Esq.

3 A Woodland Flower
By JOSEPH MORDECAJ.

54 Portrait of Madame Alphonse Hartog
By MADAME HELENA ARSENE DARMESTETER.
Lent by P. J Hartog, Esq., B.Sc.

f 55 A Love Story

By E. PHILLIPS Fox

56 Motherless

By MAYER KLANG.

57 The Flower Women
By ALBERT ROTHENSTEIN.

58 La Boudeuse ("Sulky")

By MADAME HELENA ARSENE DARMESTETER.

59 Sketch

By PROFESSOR LIEBERMANN.
Lent by W. Rothenstein, Esq

60 Lt Mere Prelle

By CAMILLE PISSARRO.

Lent by Lucien Pissairo, Esq.

6 1 The Rabbis

By ALFRED A. WOLMARK.
Lent by Jews' College.

62 Fete du Jubilee a Bedford Park
By CAMILLE PISSARRO.

Lent by Miss Alice Isaacson.



90 UPPER GALLERY

63 Red Riding Hood
By LUCIEN PISSARRO.

64 Landscape

By L. PILICHOWSKI.

65 Boy Smoker

By MAYER KLANS.

66 From a Cottage Garden
By MAUD SCHLOESSER.

67 Holiday (fragment)
By L. PILICHOWSKI.

68 Laus Deo

By SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, R.A.

69 The Wailing Wall, Jerusalem
By ISAAC SNOWMAN.

Lent by A. Snowman, Esq.

70 Aschenbrodel (Cinderella)
By EMMA MAGNUS.

7 1 Portrait of the Artist

By MADAME HELENA ARSENE DARMESTETER.
Lent by P. J. Hartog, Esq., B.Sc.

72 Homecoming from the War
By M. MAIMON.

73 Vivian, Trixie, and Phyllis children of Mr.

Samuel Moses.
By ISAAC SNOWMAN.
Lent by Samuel Moses, Esq.

74 Donkeys on the Sands
By ISAAC ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

75 Convalescent

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

76 Mrs. Keeley

By WALTER GOODMAN.

Lent by the Committee of the Savage Club.

77 Paysans dans les Champs
By CAMILLE PISSARRO.

Lent by Lucien Pissarro, Esq.

78 Sketch A Laughing Woman
By Miss M. AGNES COHEN.

79 Le Louvre, matin, neige
By CAMILLE PISSARRO.

Lent by Lucien Pissarro, Esq.



UPPER GALLERY 91

80 A London Interior

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

8j Corfe Castle

By FRANK L. EMANUEL.

82 Trelawny

By MICHEL SALAMAN.

83 Mrs. Henry Brooks
By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

Lent by H. Wilkinson Brooks, Esq.

84 Chrysanthemums

By MIRIAM J. DAVIS (MRS. IMANO).

85 Moliere Reading one of his Comedies t<> his

Old Servant, La Foret
By CARL SCHLOESSER.

86 Chevalier S. P. Streliski

By EPHRAIM STRELLETT, M.S.M.

87 Portrait of Ellis A. Franklin, Esq.
By SOLOMON J. SOLOMON.

Lent by Ellis A. Franklin, Esq.

88 La Visite du Novio
By JULES WORMS.

89 The Talmud School

By W. ROTHENSTEIN.

Lent by Dr. R. Salaman.

90 Portrait of the Rev. Morris Joseph
By FLORA LION.

91 Jewish Wedding
By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by J. C. J. Drucker, Esq.

92 Portrait of a Lady

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

93 Washing the Cradle
By JOSEF ISRAELS.

Lent by Sir Cuthbert Quilter, Bart.

94 Portrait of Miss Gwyn Chafy
By MICHEL SALAMAN.

95 Portrait of Mrs. Adolph Tuck-
By SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, R.A.
Lent by Mrs. Adolph Tuck.

96 Old Dutch People

By JOSEPH OPPENHEIMER.



92 UPPER GALLERY

97 Incorrigible

By CARL SCHLOESSER.

98 Old Dutch Woman
Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

99 Portrait of Boris Hambourg, Esq.
By FLORA LION.

100 The Little Bead-Threader
By Miss LIZZIE HANDS.

101 The Grandfather
By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

102- Melisande (from M. Maeterlinck's tragedy,

Pelleas and Melisande)
By MRS. MARY F. RAPHAEL.

103 " Hear, O Israel ! "
By Louis CONRAD.

104 Sketch in Belgium
By J. L. HENRY.

Lent by F. L. Emanuel, Esq.

105 Wild Phlox

By MRS. MARY F. RAPHAEL.

1 06 Portrait of an Old Man (after Rembrandt)
By ANNA SIMMONS.

Lent by Mrs. L. M. Simmons.

107 The Harvest Field
By E. PHILLIPS Fox.

108 Saturday Evening
By AMY J. DRUCKER.

109 The White Dress Portrait of Mrs. Ethel

Guttman
By FLORA LION.

no Refectory

By CARL SCHLOESSER.

in Portrait of Sir Francis Montefiore
By ADOLF BIRKENRUTH.
Lent by Sir Francis Montefiore, Bart.

112 The Aliens

By AMY J. DRUCKER.

113 The Leopard Skin
By ISAAC SNOWMAN.

Lent by Messrs. C. W. Faulkner and C.

11 4 "Wohin?"
By M. MAIMON.



UPPER GALLERY 93

115 Study of a Jew
By MAYER KLANG.

116 Irene

Lent by Joshua Smith, Esq.

117 The Lesson

Lent by the Very Rev. H. Adler, Ph.D. (the Chief

Rabbi).
By BRANDON.

1 18 Study of a Head
By SAMUEL R. SAMUEL.

119 A Jewish Family

By MRS. LILY DELISSA JOSEPH.

120 A Rabbi

By JOSEPH WOLINSKI.

121 Cushla

By Miss FLORENCE MARKS.

122 Still Life

By B. S. MARKS, R.C.A.

123 Ancient Portrait in oils Venerable Israelite
Lent by Albert Woolf, Esq.

124 Old Jewess
By ALPH. LEVY.

Lent by H. O. MARK, Esq.



SCREEN I.

125 Nuptial Ode. (Italian.)
Lent by E. N. Adler. Esq.

126 Amulet from Cairo Genizah
Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

127 Chetubah, or Marriage Contract, illuminated. (Italian)
Lent by Sir Isidore Spielmann, F.S.A.

128 Cabalistic Amulet.

Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

129 Specimens of illuminated Marriage Contracts. (From
Italy, Greece, Bokhara, Tunis, etc.)

Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

130 M.S. Picture Scroll of Tombs in Palestine.
Lent by E. N. Adler. Esq.

131 Illuminated Ketubah. (Italian, i8th century.)
Lent by M. Gaster, Esq,

132 Ordination Certificate of Rabbi Judah Bril. (Venice
1677.)

Lent by E. N. Adler Esq.



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133 Purim Blessings.

Lent by E. N. Adler, Esq.

134 Child's Abecedarium. (Venice, 1656 ) The wood-
cut shows the angel showering cakes on the young
beginners.

Lent by E. N. Adler. Esq.

140 Eleven Portraits and Views from Contemporary
Magazines.

Lent by Alex. Abraham, Esq.

141 Micrograph Picture. (Jeremiah : Hebrew Text.)
Lent by the Very Rev. M. Caster, Ph.D.

142 Three Prints.

Lent by Aleck Abrahams, Esq.

143 Engraving from a French Encyclopaedia. (About
1770.) Hebrew Instruments of Music.

Lent by Charles Norman, Esq.

144 Four Prints of Jewish Celebrities.
Lent by Aleck Abrahams, Esq.

145-148 Engravings and Designs. (See label.)
Lent by Victoria and Albert Museum.



CENTRAL CASE.
150 Objects formerly belonging to the late Sir

Moses Montefiore, Bart., F.R.S.
(Particulars will be found on the labels in the Case)
Lent by Sir Isidore Spielmann, F.S.A.



SCREEN II.

151 Book-plate, Leonard Magnus. (Mrs. F. S. Franklin.)

152 Book-plate, Mrs. Ernest Franklin. (Mrs. F. S.
Franklin.)

153 Book-plates. (May Sandheim.)

154 Frame of Book-plates (Frank L. Einanuel.)

155 Design of an Editorial Page. (D. M. Franklin.)

156 Book-plate, Laurie Magnus (Mrs. F. S. Franklin.)

157 Reproductions of Works by Jewish Artists
Lent by Frank L. Emanuel, Esq.

158 Moods of the Sea. Part of a set of designs for colour
prints. (Frank L. Emanuel.)

159 Design for Certificate Border. (\. Colinsky.)

160 Design for Stencilled Drawing. (S. Horonzick.)

161 Design for Cretonne. (S. Horonzick.)

162 Design for Wallpaper. (S. Horonzick )



SCREEN III.

156 Sheet of Decorative Designs. (A. Colinsky .)
164 Designs for Borders, etc. (S. Horonzick.)



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165 Frame of Book Covers. (Frank L. Emanuel.)

166 Designs (various). (S. M Goldberg.

167 Post Cards by Jules Adler, Altenberg, F. Emanuel,
Grun, E. Liebermann, etc.

Lent by Frank L. Emanuel, Esq.

168 Reproductions of Works by Jewish Artists.
Lent by Frank L. Emanuel, Esq.

169 Post Cards by Altenberg, Davis and Emanuel,
F. Emanuel, E. Liebermann, M. Liebermann, etc.
Lent by Frank L. Emanuel, Esq.

170 Reproductions of Engravings.
Lent by Frank F. Emauuel, Esq.



SCREEN IV.

Collection of Engravings and Drawings.
Lent by J. P. Heseltine, Esq.



PENNY AND HULL, PRINTERS, LEMAN STREET, E.



Committee :

The Rev. CANON BARNETT.

Mrs. BARNLT I

H. HOWARD BATTEN. Esq. ^'"^ " '*' ^

HENRY WARD, Esq. j



Aembers :

I. ABRAHAMS, Esq., M.A.

ery Rev. H. ADLER, Ph.D., Chief Rabbi.
E. N. ADLER, Esq.


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