Watercolor drawing by Arthur Szyk with an image of Moses, Hur and Aaron
- Artwork Title
- Moses, Aaron, and Hur
- Object Type
Watercolor painting (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ronald D. Abramson
Watercolor drawing created by Arthur Szyk as a design for an Israeli postage stamp. Moses, Aaron, and Hur symbolize the temporal and spiritual authority in the new state as well as the nation's need to defend itself against Amalek, the Jews' ancient and perennial enemy, who appears in every generation. With his arms raised high, Moses stands as the guarantee of final victory
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Also in Anne and Ronald Abramson collection
The collection consists of two prints by Arthur Szyk.
Pencil and ink drawing by Arthur Szyk depicting a group of men marching as Philippe Petain and Pierre Laval, French collaborationist leaders, look on in the background. It is Szyk's commentary on the Sept. 4, 1942, French law authorizing the forced recruitment of conscript labor for Nazi Germany.