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The Steinberger Sukkah
The Steinberger Sukkah
Author: Aryeh Steinberger
Aryeh Steinberger created this extraordinary work of Judaic art during the 1920s and 1930s. The hand-painted canvas was crafted for his family's sukkah, a temporary booth that is built each fall during the festival of Sukkot. . . .The Steinberger sukkah is filled with images of Budapest and lush views inspired by the Hungarian countryside. — Repr...  more »
ISBN: 422268
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Publisher: Museum of Jewish Heritage
Book Type: Hardcover
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This is a lovely small book produced by the Museum of Jewish Heritage. It contains pictures of a very large Sukkah canvas hand painted by Steinberger in Budapest. This canvas was used to wrap the wooden walls of the family Sukkah. There are also pictures of decorative paintings that Steinberger did as enhancements to his family's Sukkah.

The originals were hidden in Budapest during WW2 and were brought to the USA when his family immigrated at the end of the war.

Beautiful addition to any Jewish home library.