This book by author, Irene Korn, explores various ceremonial objects and works created to meet the needs of Jewish laws, customs and ceremonies. This book tells how Jewish art encompasses works inspired by and used in the rituals of daily life, milestones, and holiday celebrations. This book provides a fine selection of artwork and contains 102 full-color illustrations.
This hardcover book used but in very good condition. This book comes with a dust jacket. There is light wear at the edges of the book and jacket. This book is clean, the corners are square, the binding is tight and the interior is unmarked.
This book contains 128 pages, 102 illustrations, and an index.
Title: A Celebration of Judaism in Art
Author: Irene Korn
Publisher: Todtri Book Publishers
Place: New York
Date of Publication: 1996
Number of Pages: 128
Dimensions: 9 x 12.5 inches
Condition: Very good, light wear at edges