Jewish women artists
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Havdalah Set Candle Holder, between 1960-2020
Stoneware and blue glaze short candle holder of a havdallah set. There is an incised design on the side of the candle holder. Havdalah is the religious ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and ushers in a new week. The special havdalah candle has several wicks.
Havdalah Set Tray, between 1960-2020
Stoneware and glaze tray of havdalah set with an incised design on the edge of the tray. Havdalah is the religious ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and ushers in a new week.
Havdalah Set Wine Cup, between 1960-2020
Stoneware and blue glaze havdalah wine cup with incised patterns on the side and stem of the cup. Havdalah is the religious ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and ushers in a new week.
Irene Miller Stein Family Objects, Artwork, and Other Material
Irene Stein and Artwork, 1988 August 01
Irene Stein (Mrs. Azriel Stein), age 94, peers through a piece of her artwork in 1988. Stein was the daughter of Anna and Robert Lazar Miller. In 1921 she married Azriel "Azie" Stein, a pharmacist who owned and operated Pencol Drug Store.
Jane O. Russo Papers and Art
Jar With Lid, between 1960-2020
Glazed stoneware jar with incised design and lid.
King David, circa 1960
Oil painting of King David, as evidenced by his crown and harp, playing his harp. King David was a harpist who is mentioned in the Book of Samuel as playing for King Saul to calm him. Painting is in blues, greens and purples with a yellow harp, and black lines. Signed "Goldberg" bottom right.
Large Black and White Bottle, between 1960-2020
The bottle is stoneware with a black and white glaze design and a large black lid.
Lillian C. Goldberg Oil Paintings
Collection contains four oil paintings painted by Lillian C. Goldberg from around 1960: 1) Still-Life of a vase of flowers;