Arthur Szyk  Political Art              The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
Political Cabaret Dancers          Paris, circa 1912
The Struggle of the      Łódź Theater  Smiech magazine        Łódź, 1912
Political cartoon      Łódź, 1914
Russian Soldier     (Postcard)    Łódź, 1915
“Only the Volunteer Army andthe Restoration Loan    will defend you!”              (Poster)     Łódź, circa 1919
Anti-war cartoon      (Postcard)   Warsaw, 1919
Illustration from Rewolucja w Niemczech[Revolution in Germany]               Łódź, 1919
English Page        Statute of Kalisz             Paris, 1927Printed in Munich, 1932
Peasant’s Revolt  Simon Bolivar  and His Times     Paris, 1929
Covenant of theLeague of Nations      Paris, 1931
Szyk’s Four Sons  The Haggadah      Łódź, 1934
Warsaw, 1939   (Postcard)London, 1939
A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine                         New York, 1940
Dust jacket of     The New Order          New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons,               1941
Historic Poker Game   Collier’s magazine  November 1, 1941
Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto    TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
Parade of Mighty Warriors          New York, 1942
Valhalla (Nibelungen series)             New York, 1942
De profundis[Out of the Depths]     As published in    The Chicago Sun  February 12, 1943
Ballad of the Doomed       Jews of Europe       As published in     Answer magazine       New York, 1943
United inCommon CauseNew York, 1943
Franklin D. Roosevelt’s          Soldier in Art       New York, 1944
Libertad—Liberating   the Oppressed or     Oppressing the         Liberators?     New York, 1944
John Bull’sArab Puppet ShowNew Canaan, 1948
“Do Not ForgiveThem, Oh Lord, For They   Do Know, What They                   Do!”     New Canaan, 1949
A Farewell Message      to the Former   Attorney General    Thomas C. Clark New Canaan, 1949
“Eternal Vigilanceis the Price of Liberty”     New Canaan, 1951
Thomas Jefferson’s Oath    New Canaan, 1951
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Arthur Szyk: Political Art

  1. 1. Arthur Szyk Political Art The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
  2. 2. Political Cabaret Dancers Paris, circa 1912
  3. 3. The Struggle of the Łódź Theater Smiech magazine Łódź, 1912
  4. 4. Political cartoon Łódź, 1914
  5. 5. Russian Soldier (Postcard) Łódź, 1915
  6. 6. “Only the Volunteer Army andthe Restoration Loan will defend you!” (Poster) Łódź, circa 1919
  7. 7. Anti-war cartoon (Postcard) Warsaw, 1919
  8. 8. Illustration from Rewolucja w Niemczech[Revolution in Germany] Łódź, 1919
  9. 9. English Page Statute of Kalisz Paris, 1927Printed in Munich, 1932
  10. 10. Peasant’s Revolt Simon Bolivar and His Times Paris, 1929
  11. 11. Covenant of theLeague of Nations Paris, 1931
  12. 12. Szyk’s Four Sons The Haggadah Łódź, 1934
  13. 13. Warsaw, 1939 (Postcard)London, 1939
  14. 14. A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine New York, 1940
  15. 15. Dust jacket of The New Order New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1941
  16. 16. Historic Poker Game Collier’s magazine November 1, 1941
  17. 17. Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
  18. 18. Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
  19. 19. Parade of Mighty Warriors New York, 1942
  20. 20. Valhalla (Nibelungen series) New York, 1942
  21. 21. De profundis[Out of the Depths] As published in The Chicago Sun February 12, 1943
  22. 22. Ballad of the Doomed Jews of Europe As published in Answer magazine New York, 1943
  23. 23. United inCommon CauseNew York, 1943
  24. 24. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Soldier in Art New York, 1944
  25. 25. Libertad—Liberating the Oppressed or Oppressing the Liberators? New York, 1944
  26. 26. John Bull’sArab Puppet ShowNew Canaan, 1948
  27. 27. “Do Not ForgiveThem, Oh Lord, For They Do Know, What They Do!” New Canaan, 1949
  28. 28. A Farewell Message to the Former Attorney General Thomas C. Clark New Canaan, 1949
  29. 29. “Eternal Vigilanceis the Price of Liberty” New Canaan, 1951
  30. 30. Thomas Jefferson’s Oath New Canaan, 1951
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