"Excellent. . . . First-rate essays . . . introduce more than 200 colorful illustrations which beautifully demonstrate the creativity of the Jewish artists who brilliantly used their avant-garde competence to complement the experimental stage productions."—Morton I. Teicher, Buffalo Jewish Review
(Morton I. Teicher Buffalo Jewish Review
"The present volume . . . is most impressive. . . . No more informative or attractive book could possibly grace a library's collection or a coffee table. Highly recommended."—Choice
Finalist in the 2010 National Jewish Book Award in the Visual Arts Category sponsored by the Jewish Book Council
(National Jewish Book Award in the Visual Arts Category Finalist Jewish Book Council
About the Author
Susan Tumarkin Goodman is senior curator at The Jewish Museum. Her books include Marc Chagall: Early Works from Russian Collections and The Emergence of Jewish Artists in Nineteenth-Century Europe.