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A detail of swastikas on a snake from The Szyk Haggadah by the Szyk Haggadah

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Arthur Szyk standing in front of his illuminated Declaration of Independence (top), his Proclamation of the Establishment of the State of Israel (bottom), surrounded by Haggadah artwork. Photo taken April 13, 1951 Courtesy of Irvin Ungar

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Moses Strikes the Egyptian. The Haggadah. Łódź, 1936 by the Szyk Haggadah

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Moses Strikes the Egyptian. Paris, prob.1927. Unpublished by Arthur Szyk

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Avadim Hayinu. We Were Slaves to Pharaoh. The Haggadah. Łódź, 1935. by the Szyk Haggadah

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Dedication to King George VI. The Haggadah. Łódź, 1936. by the Szyk Haggadah

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Illuminating Passover: 'The Four Questions' from Arthur Szyk's Haggadah is on display at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. Courtesy of Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco




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