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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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

Samuel Hirszenberg (Łódz, 1865 – Jerusalem, 1908), Portrait of a Jewish writer, circa 1902
Fine arts

Samuel Hirszenberg (Łódz, 1865 – Jérusalem, 1908)

Circa 1902

Anonymous, Portrait of Chief Rabbi David Sintzheim, France, early 19th century
History, Fine arts

Anonymous

France, early 19th century

Frédérique O’Connell (Potsdam, 1823 – Paris, 1885), Portrait of Rachel, circa 1853
Fine arts

Frédérique O’Connell (Potsdam, 1823 – Paris, 1885)

Paris, circa 1853

Maurycy Gottlieb (Drohobytch, 1856 – Kraków, 1879), Self-portrait, 1879
Fine arts

Maurycy Gottlieb (Drohobych, 1856 – Kraków, 1879)

1879

Édouard Moyse (Nancy, 1827 – Paris, 1908), Self-Portrait, Nancy, 1853
Fine arts

Édouard Moyse (Nancy, 1827 – Paris, 1908)

Nancy, 1853

Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde (Haarlem, 1638 - 1698), Gezicht op de Grote en Portugese Synagoge te Amsterdam (View of the Sephardic and Ashkenazi Synagogues in Amsterdam), Amsterdam, 1682, oil on canvas, 58.7 x 73.5 cm, on permanent loan from the Musée de Picardie, Amiens
History, Fine arts

Gerrit Adriaenszoon Berckheyde (Haarlem, 1638–Haarlem, 1698)

Amsterdam, 1682