Russian Jewish Paintings at Brooklyn Museum
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Russian Jewish Paintings at Brooklyn Museum

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Twenty-four paintings by Frank Horowitz, noted Jewish artist, who went to the Ukraine and the Crimea for the purpose of limning on canvas the story of Jewish colonization work there, are now being exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and will remain on view for several months. The paintings are attracting widespread attention from the general public and the art world.

Prior to the exhibition of Mr. Horowitz’s work at the Brooklyn Museum, they were shown in Moscow and in Philadelphia.

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