Yom Kippur; Chaim Gross (Austrian-America 1904-1991); 1968; 5029

From

The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

Name/Title

Yom Kippur

About this object

Abstract print with the figures of a man, the Torah, and a blue bird. "Yom Kippur" is a day of atonement and repentance, observed with a period of fasting and intensive prayer.

Maker

Chaim Gross (Austrian-America 1904-1991)

Edition

25/200

Date Made

1968

Medium and Materials

ink / paper

Place Made

United States of America

Inscription and Marks

Signed, dated, titled, numbered on recto.

Measurements

Image: 17 x 23 inches
Frame: 23 1/4 x 29 x 3/4 inches

Subject and Association Description

Jewish, holiday, Judaism

Collection

Edward Diamond, M.D., Class of 1949

Credit Line

Gift of Edward Diamond, M.D., Class of 1949

Object Type

print

Object number

5029

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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