Arthur Szyk (1894-1951)          The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
Arthur Szyk with hisparents and brother    Łódź, circa 1896
Sérénade aéronautique     [Paris, circa 1911]
Palestine Pioneer  Palestine, 1914
Russian Soldier     (Postcard)    Łódź, 1915
“Whoever is healthy and strong—go into the army!”                                  Łódź, circa 1919
Ivan Tsarevitch et Le Loup-Garou   [Ivan Tsarevitchand the Werewolf]        Paris, 1920
Saul and David    Paris, 1921
Arthur and Julia Szyk abroad    Probably Morocco, 1922
Portrait of El Haj T’hami  el Mezouari el Glaoui        Marrakesh, 1922
Mordechai with   Szyk as scribeLe Livre D’Esther      Paris, 1920
Illustration from  Le Puits de Jacob[The Well of Jacob]          Paris, 1925
Portrait of Julia Szyk          Paris, 1925
Bar KochbaParis, 1927
Illustration for LeTentation de St. Antoine     [The Temptation of             St. Anthony]               Paris, 1926
Frontispiece        Statute of Kalisz             Paris, 1927Printed in Munich, 1932
The ScribeParis, 1927
New Year’s Greetingto M. & Mme. Decour          Paris, 1929
Portrait of Arthur Szyk            Paris, 1930s
Covenant of theLeague of Nations      Paris, 1931
Washington the Soldier       Washington and              His TimesPrinted in Vienna, 1932
Playing Card Art     Łódź, 1930s
The Family at the Seder        The Haggadah             Łódź, 1935
The Four Questions     The Haggadah        Łódź, 1935
Arthur Szyk’s MedalsPoland, 1931; France, 1922; U.S.A., 1934
Arthur Szyk—Enlumineur             Łódź, 1935
Tadeusz Kościuszko   Polish-American   Fraternity series     London, 1938
“Father, Do Not Forgive  Them, For They Know        What They Do”             (Postcard)          London, 1939
Canada: Love forMan and Nature   Ottawa, 1940
A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine                         New York, 1940
“Famed Polish Artist Has    Price On His Head”           July 13, 1940
Dust jacket of     The New Order          New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons,               1941
Arthur Szyk drawing         St. GeorgeNew York, circa 1941
Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto    TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
“One-Man War Against Hitler”                Click magazine               New York, 1942
Magazine covers illustrated by Arthur Szyk
The Four Freedoms   New York, 1941
Joan of ArcNew York, 1942
Satan Leads the Ball    New York, 1942
Valhalla(Nibelungen series)    New York, 1942
De profundis [Out of the Depths]                 New York, 1943
Action—Not Pity    As published inThe New York Times  February 8, 1943
Franklin D. Roosevelt’s          Soldier in Art       New York, 1944
Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
Inside cover of Andersen’s Fairy Tales                      New York, 1944
The Girl Who Trod            on a LoafAndersen’s Fairy Tales     New York, 1945
FrontispieceThe Canterbury Tales     New York, 1945
Visual Historyof the United States     New York, 1945
Santa’s Watching You  New Canaan, 1946
Honor Thy Father        and Thy MotherThe Ten Commandments      New Canaan, 1946
The Song of Freedom      Pathways Through                the BiblePhiladelphia: The JewishPublication Society, 1946
Order of the Yellow Badge:Officer, Knight Commander and Knight                               NP, 1946
The Merchant of         BaghdadThe Arabian Nights   EntertainmentsNew Canaan, 1948
Visual History of Israel    New Canaan, 1948
Proclamation of the Establishment             of the State of Israel               New Canaan, 1948
HillelNew Canaan, 1948
Four Freedoms Prayer   New Canaan, 1949
Szyk and HamanThe Book of EstherNew Canaan, 1950
Sucre Sitting    Simon Bolivar    and his TimesNew Canaan, 1950
Szyk’s Headstone   New MontefioreCemetery, New York
Arthur Szyk with pipeNew Canaan, after 1945
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Illuminator and illustrator Arthur Szyk was one of the great artists of the 20th century. His legacy of activism and artistic excellence inspires the work of The Arthur Szyk Society, a not-for-profit dedicated to sharing his art with diverse audiences worldwide. For more information, visit www.szyk.org

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Arthur Szyk: Timeline (1894-1951)

  1. 1. Arthur Szyk (1894-1951) The Arthur Szyk Society, www.szyk.org
  2. 2. Arthur Szyk with hisparents and brother Łódź, circa 1896
  3. 3. Sérénade aéronautique [Paris, circa 1911]
  4. 4. Palestine Pioneer Palestine, 1914
  5. 5. Russian Soldier (Postcard) Łódź, 1915
  6. 6. “Whoever is healthy and strong—go into the army!” Łódź, circa 1919
  7. 7. Ivan Tsarevitch et Le Loup-Garou [Ivan Tsarevitchand the Werewolf] Paris, 1920
  8. 8. Saul and David Paris, 1921
  9. 9. Arthur and Julia Szyk abroad Probably Morocco, 1922
  10. 10. Portrait of El Haj T’hami el Mezouari el Glaoui Marrakesh, 1922
  11. 11. Mordechai with Szyk as scribeLe Livre D’Esther Paris, 1920
  12. 12. Illustration from Le Puits de Jacob[The Well of Jacob] Paris, 1925
  13. 13. Portrait of Julia Szyk Paris, 1925
  14. 14. Bar KochbaParis, 1927
  15. 15. Illustration for LeTentation de St. Antoine [The Temptation of St. Anthony] Paris, 1926
  16. 16. Frontispiece Statute of Kalisz Paris, 1927Printed in Munich, 1932
  17. 17. The ScribeParis, 1927
  18. 18. New Year’s Greetingto M. & Mme. Decour Paris, 1929
  19. 19. Portrait of Arthur Szyk Paris, 1930s
  20. 20. Covenant of theLeague of Nations Paris, 1931
  21. 21. Washington the Soldier Washington and His TimesPrinted in Vienna, 1932
  22. 22. Playing Card Art Łódź, 1930s
  23. 23. The Family at the Seder The Haggadah Łódź, 1935
  24. 24. The Four Questions The Haggadah Łódź, 1935
  25. 25. Arthur Szyk’s MedalsPoland, 1931; France, 1922; U.S.A., 1934
  26. 26. Arthur Szyk—Enlumineur Łódź, 1935
  27. 27. Tadeusz Kościuszko Polish-American Fraternity series London, 1938
  28. 28. “Father, Do Not Forgive Them, For They Know What They Do” (Postcard) London, 1939
  29. 29. Canada: Love forMan and Nature Ottawa, 1940
  30. 30. A Madman’s Dream (Der Untermensch)As later reproduced in Coronet magazine New York, 1940
  31. 31. “Famed Polish Artist Has Price On His Head” July 13, 1940
  32. 32. Dust jacket of The New Order New York:G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1941
  33. 33. Arthur Szyk drawing St. GeorgeNew York, circa 1941
  34. 34. Japan’s Aggressor:Admiral Yamamoto TIME magazineDecember 22, 1941
  35. 35. Anti-ChristNew York, 1942
  36. 36. “One-Man War Against Hitler” Click magazine New York, 1942
  37. 37. Magazine covers illustrated by Arthur Szyk
  38. 38. The Four Freedoms New York, 1941
  39. 39. Joan of ArcNew York, 1942
  40. 40. Satan Leads the Ball New York, 1942
  41. 41. Valhalla(Nibelungen series) New York, 1942
  42. 42. De profundis [Out of the Depths] New York, 1943
  43. 43. Action—Not Pity As published inThe New York Times February 8, 1943
  44. 44. Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Soldier in Art New York, 1944
  45. 45. Ink and BloodNew York, 1944
  46. 46. Inside cover of Andersen’s Fairy Tales New York, 1944
  47. 47. The Girl Who Trod on a LoafAndersen’s Fairy Tales New York, 1945
  48. 48. FrontispieceThe Canterbury Tales New York, 1945
  49. 49. Visual Historyof the United States New York, 1945
  50. 50. Santa’s Watching You New Canaan, 1946
  51. 51. Honor Thy Father and Thy MotherThe Ten Commandments New Canaan, 1946
  52. 52. The Song of Freedom Pathways Through the BiblePhiladelphia: The JewishPublication Society, 1946
  53. 53. Order of the Yellow Badge:Officer, Knight Commander and Knight NP, 1946
  54. 54. The Merchant of BaghdadThe Arabian Nights EntertainmentsNew Canaan, 1948
  55. 55. Visual History of Israel New Canaan, 1948
  56. 56. Proclamation of the Establishment of the State of Israel New Canaan, 1948
  57. 57. HillelNew Canaan, 1948
  58. 58. Four Freedoms Prayer New Canaan, 1949
  59. 59. Szyk and HamanThe Book of EstherNew Canaan, 1950
  60. 60. Sucre Sitting Simon Bolivar and his TimesNew Canaan, 1950
  61. 61. Szyk’s Headstone New MontefioreCemetery, New York
  62. 62. Arthur Szyk with pipeNew Canaan, after 1945

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