Collection of Nathan Rapoport prints and sketches (RG-94-4)
The collection contains Nathan Rapoport prints for his monument "Scrolls of Fire," and his other skeches. The monument "Scrolls of Fire" found in the Jerusalem hills, and it commemorates Jewish history from the Holocaust until Independence. The monument was inaugurated in 1971. The sculpture is made of bronze and is eight meters high. It is in the shape of two scrolls, a gesture to the Jewish nation being the "People of the Book." One of the scrolls describes the Holocaust and the other describes independence. It tells the story of the rebirth of the nation from the Holocaust up to the Six Day War. This collection contains also other artist's skeches.
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- נתן רפופורט
305 digital images : JPEG ; 516 MB .
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