Fig. 1. Noach Bee (Birsowski), Portrait of Karl Schwartz (left), Portrait of Tel Aviv Mayor Israel Rokach (right). From Noach Bee (Birzovsky), Pne Tel Aviv beKarikaturot [Faces of Tel Aviv in Caricatures], ed. Moshe Sheynbaum (Tel Aviv: Eretz Israel Publishing, undated [ca. late 1930s]). Tel Avivan by Citizenship, Berliner for Life Karl Schwarz (1885–1962) was an art historian, art critic, and museum curator, whose special area of interest was modern printmaking. In the late 1920s and early 1930s he was an editor at the Verlag für Jüdische Kultur, Fritz Gurlitt and headed the Jewish Museum in Berlin. In 1933, upon an invitation by Tel Aviv mayor Meir Dizengoff, he immigrated to Jewish Palestine and served as director of the Tel Aviv Museum for the next fourteen years. This book, edited by Chana Schütz, focuses on Schwarz’s activities as director of the Tel Aviv Museum. It comes as a sequel to Schütz’s 2001 book Karl Schwarz: Jüdische Kunst, Jüdische Künstler (Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2001), which deals with Schwarz’s activities before 1933 as an art historian and a scholar of Jewish art. It also complements publications by the Tel Aviv Museum dedicated to its former directors, such as Dr.
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Published: Jan 1, 2012
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