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Painting the Holy Land


In the Nineteenth Century


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A fascinating collection of unique works of art, executed in the diverse styles of nineteenth-century painting. Around these reproductions, many in color, is reconstructed the story of the artists who produced them, who came from many European countries and from North America. The result is an important and unique perspective on the sites, people, events and customs of the Holy Land in the nineteenth century.

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  • By Prof. Yehoshua Ben-Arieh
  • 8.5"x11" (320 Pages)Publisher: Yedioth Ahronoth/Hemed, 1997





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