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In this beautifully written and well-illustrated work, Samantha Baskind focuses on an area previously unexplored, in the art of five American Jewish artists, all children of the ‘new immigration’ of 1880 to 1920. She asks: cut off from your European roots by being children of immigrants and thus without distinct memories of a Jewish homeland as an anchor, how have you managed...
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