A Crown for a King: Studies in Jewish Art, History, and Archaeology in Memory of Stephen S. Kayser

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Stephen S. Kayser, Shalom Sabar, Steven Fine, William M. Kramer
Gefen Publishing House, 2000 - Art - 219 pages
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Jewish art and material culture are the subjects of this unique volume presented in memory of a truly profound thinker and scholar, Professor Stephen S. Kayser. A CROWN FOR A KING brings together scholars from Israel, the U.S. and Europe writing on a wide range of Professor Kayser's interests: from archaeology to ceremonial art, from the medieval period to the 20th century. Gefen Publishing House (Jerusalem / New York) and the Judah L. Magnes Museum of Berkeley, California have released this very special volume in memory of Prof. Stephen S. Kayser (1900-1988) - the renowned pioneer in the field of Jewish Museum Art. During his tenure as founding curator of the Jewish Museum in New York, Prof. Kayser was responsible for many important Judaica exhibitions.

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