The twentieth century brought forth a flourish of Jewish artistic depictions of Biblical figures, scenes and stories, in a variety of forms and styles. A 2010 exhibit, curated by the Librarian for Jewish Studies, Rachel Ariel, presents a sample of the abundance of art work done by Jewish artists illustrating the Hebrew Bible. Follow the link below to view more examples of Jewish religious art collected for a past exhibit in Perkins Library!
To identify Rubenstein print or manuscript material on these topics, search the catalog using subject headings such as these:
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Jewish Orthodoxy, the traditional section of Jewry that maintains a religiously observant way of life based on a divinely ordained Torah and its laws, is composed of many groups that differ by certain customs and ideological trends.
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The Rubenstein holds a substantial collection of early manuscripts of varying provenance, including Arabic, Ethiopic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Syriac. Many of our papyri relate to religion. For more information about these materials, contact us.