Painting of Rabbi Teaching Children by Louis Spiegel

Painting depicting Rabbi teaching children by Louis Speigel (1901 - 1975). 

Identifer: CJF.2013.001.004

Oil paint;Wood

Golf Manor Synagogue, Congregation Agudas Israel; Paintings & Etchings

Golf Manor Synagogue

Louis Spiegel was born in 1901 (London, England) and died in 1975 (Cincinnati, Ohio)
He was a Cincinnati artist.  Louis Spiegel came to the United States in the early 1900s. He was known for his portraits of clowns, of which he said, "I don't just paint the clown, I paint the soul."
He was a student of famous Cincinnati painter Frank Duveneck.  He attended the Cincinnati Academy of Art.

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Painting of a Rabbi by Louis Speigel. Part of the Golf Manor collection. Donated to Golf Manor by Mr. and Mrs. WM. Fogel [BLANK]

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