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Torah Ark

Torah Ark

Torah Ark from Adath Yeshurun Synagogue

Abraham Shulkin (American, b. Russia, 1852-1918)
Sioux City, Iowa, United States, 1899
  • Pinewood: hand-carved, openwork, stained, and painted
  • 125 x 96 x 30 in. (317.5 x 243.8 x 76.2 cm)
  • The Jewish Museum, New York
  • Gift of the Jewish Federation of Sioux City, JM 48-56a-s
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Kleeblatt, Norman L., and Gerard C. Wertkin. The Jewish Heritage in American Folk Art. New York: The Jewish Museum; Museum of American Folk Art; Universe Books, 1984, p. 82 (no. 64) and pl. 2.

Piechotka, Maria, and Kazimierz Piechotka. Wooden Synagogues. Warsaw: Arkady, 1959.

Shadur, Joseph, and Yehudit Shadur. Jewish Papercuts: A History and Guide. Berkeley, CA, and Jerusalem: Judah L. Magnes Museum and Gefen, 1994, p. 31 and pl. 11.

Wischnitzer, Rachel. The Architecture of the European Synagogue. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1964, pp. 125-147.


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