Gilded Lions and Jeweled Horses: The Synagogue to the Carousel
American Folk Art Museum
45 West 53rd Street
New York, N.Y. 10019
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Closed Monday
Admission $9; Students and Seniors, $7; Children under 12, Free
Exhibit Runs Until March 23, 2008
Ark of the Synagogue in Olkienniki, Lithuania (18th century);
Photo courtesy Polska Akademia Nauk, Instytut Sztuki, Warsaw
Mizrah by Natan Moshe Brilliant, Lithuania 1877;
Ink, paint and collage; The Gross Family Collection, Tel Aviv;
Photo by Vladimir Naikhin, Jerusalem
Ark Pediment, artist unknown, Lower East Side;
Collection of Rabbi David A. Whiman;
Photo by August Bandal, New York
Standing Horse with Raised Head by Charles Carmel, Coney Island, c.1910;
The Charlotte Dinger Collection; Photo by August Bandal, New York
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