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Arthur SzykIllustrated Books             The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
Title PageRewolucja w Niemczech [Revolution in Germany]                                    Łódź, 1919
FrontispiecePiesn nad Piesniami    [Song of Songs]         Łódź, 1924
Mordechai,Esther and Ahasuerus      Le Livre D’Esther  [The Book of Esther]            Paris, 1925
Title Illustration for       Le Juif Qui Rit [The Laughing Jew]          Paris, 1925
Illustration from  Le Puits de Jacob[The Well of Jacob]          Paris, 1925
Illustration for LeTentation de St. Antoine     [The Temptation of             St. Anthony]               Paris, 1926
Jewish Sailors ExportingPolish Products Through       the Port of Danzig         Statute of Kalisz              Paris, 192...
Dona Gracia NasiThe Last Days of Shylock         New York, 1931
The Bread of Affliction       The Haggadah           Łódź, 1935
Baby MosesThe Haggadah   Łódź, 1935
The Sea of Reeds  The Haggadah      Łódź, 1934
Illustration for     Rubaiyat ofOmar Khayyam  London, 1939
Dust jacket of     The New Order          New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons,               1941
Dust jacket of Razzle Dazzle             New York, 1942
Inside cover of Andersen’s Fairy Tales                      New York, 1944
The King and     Queen of RosesAndersen’s Fairy Tales     New York, 1945
Joseph and       Potiphar’s WifeJoseph and his Brothers       New York, 1945
Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
Job, the Man of Uz   The Book of Job   New York, 1946
Solomon and    the Queen of Sheba      Pathways Through                the BiblePhiladelphia: The JewishPublication Societ...
Frontispiece The Book of RuthNew Canaan, 1946
Illuminated capital “T”The Ten Commandments      New Canaan, 1946
Julnar the Sea-Born The Arabian Nights     Entertainments New Canaan, 1948
Queen Esther   and MordechaiThe Book of EstherNew Canaan, 1950
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  1. 1. Arthur SzykIllustrated Books The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
  2. 2. Title PageRewolucja w Niemczech [Revolution in Germany] Łódź, 1919
  3. 3. FrontispiecePiesn nad Piesniami [Song of Songs] Łódź, 1924
  4. 4. Mordechai,Esther and Ahasuerus Le Livre D’Esther [The Book of Esther] Paris, 1925
  5. 5. Title Illustration for Le Juif Qui Rit [The Laughing Jew] Paris, 1925
  6. 6. Illustration from Le Puits de Jacob[The Well of Jacob] Paris, 1925
  7. 7. Illustration for LeTentation de St. Antoine [The Temptation of St. Anthony] Paris, 1926
  8. 8. Jewish Sailors ExportingPolish Products Through the Port of Danzig Statute of Kalisz Paris, 1927 Printed in Munich, 1932
  9. 9. Dona Gracia NasiThe Last Days of Shylock New York, 1931
  10. 10. The Bread of Affliction The Haggadah Łódź, 1935
  11. 11. Baby MosesThe Haggadah Łódź, 1935
  12. 12. The Sea of Reeds The Haggadah Łódź, 1934
  13. 13. Illustration for Rubaiyat ofOmar Khayyam London, 1939
  14. 14. Dust jacket of The New Order New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1941
  15. 15. Dust jacket of Razzle Dazzle New York, 1942
  16. 16. Inside cover of Andersen’s Fairy Tales New York, 1944
  17. 17. The King and Queen of RosesAndersen’s Fairy Tales New York, 1945
  18. 18. Joseph and Potiphar’s WifeJoseph and his Brothers New York, 1945
  19. 19. Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
  20. 20. Job, the Man of Uz The Book of Job New York, 1946
  21. 21. Solomon and the Queen of Sheba Pathways Through the BiblePhiladelphia: The JewishPublication Society, 1946
  22. 22. Frontispiece The Book of RuthNew Canaan, 1946
  23. 23. Illuminated capital “T”The Ten Commandments New Canaan, 1946
  24. 24. Julnar the Sea-Born The Arabian Nights Entertainments New Canaan, 1948
  25. 25. Queen Esther and MordechaiThe Book of EstherNew Canaan, 1950
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