Key works

Discover the richness of the mahJ’s collection through a selection of major works, representative of the diversity of artistic expressions related to Jewish history and culture.

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Anonymous, Abraham Furtado, France, first half of the 19th century
History, Fine arts

Anonymous

France, first half of the 19th century

Jules Lecomte du Noüy (Paris, 1842 – Paris, 1923), Adolphe Crémieux, Paris, 1878
History, Fine arts

Jules Jean Antoine Lecomte du Noüy (Paris, 1842 – Paris, 1923)

Paris, 1878

Anonymous, Allegory to the Glory of Joseph II, Austria-Hungary, circa 1782
History, Fine arts

Anonymous

Austro-Hungary, around 1782

Abel Pann (Abel Pfeffermann, known as ; Kreslawka, 1883 – Jerusalem, 1963), And God Breathed into his Nostrils the Breath of Life, Jerusalem, circa 1924
Fine arts

Abel Pann (Abba Pfeffermann, known as ; Kreslawka, 1883 – Jerusalem, 1963)

Jerusalem, circa 1924

Kader Attia (Dugny, 1970), Big Bang, 2005
Fine arts

Kader Attia (Dugny, 1970)

Paris, 2005

Marc Chagall (Vitebsk, 1887 - Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 1985), Cemetery Gate, Vitebsk, 1917
Fine arts

Marc Chagall (Vitebsk, 1887 – Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 1985)

Vitebsk, 1917

Abel Pann (Abel Pfeffermann, known as ; Kreslawka, 1883 - Jerusalem, 1963), Charity concert for the benefit of the disabled and widows of Jewish legionnaires, Paris, 1916
History, Fine arts

Abel Pann (Abba Pfeffermann, known as ; Kreslawka, 1883 – Jérusalem, 1963)

Collection cup, Spain, 1319
Synagogue-

Spain, 1319

Chaim Soutine (Smilovitchi, 1893 – Paris, 1943), Céret Landscape, circa 1920
Fine arts

Chaim Soutine (Smilovitchi, 1893 – Paris, 1943)

Céret, circa 1920

Attributed to Shalom Italia (Mantua, circa 1619 – Amsterdam, circa 1655), Esther scroll, Amsterdam, circa 1641
Festivals and ceremonies, Books and manuscripts

Attributed to Shalom Italia (Mantua, circa 1619 – Amsterdam, circa 1655)

Amsterdam, circa 1641

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