The emergence of Jewish artists in nineteenth-century Europe

Author: 
Tumarkin-Goodman, Susan (ed.)
Publication title: 
The emergence of Jewish artists in nineteenth-century Europe
Publisher: 
Merrell, in association with the Jewish Museum, under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminar
Publishing place: 
London - New York
Date: 
2001
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About Gottlieb by index and espesially his biographical entry (172—173) ;
And also in subsequent articles:
Tumarkin-Goodman Susan, 'Reshaping Jewish Identity in Art', 14-29, and especially in 19, 20, 25.
Hyman Paula E., 'Acculturation of the Jews in Nineteenth-Century Europe', 30-39, and especially in 38.
Mirzoeff Nicholas, 'Inside/ Out: Jewishness Imagines Emancipation', 40-47, and especially in 44.
Silver Larry, 'Between Tradition and Acculturation: Jewish Painters in Nineteenth-Century Europe', 122-141, and especially in 122-129.
Weissberg Gabriel P., 'Jewish Naturalist Painters: Understanding and Competing in the Mainstream', 142-151, and especially in 148.
Cohen, Richard I., 'Exhibiting Nineteenth-Century Artists of Jewish Origin in the Twentieth Century: Identity, Politics, and Cultures', 152-163, and especially in 160-162.