Jewish Art Quiz


The earliest pieces of Jewish art were religious objects--Torah adornments, marriage certificates, tombstones--that were illuminated. Relatively recently, "art for art's sake" became a concept--and the Jewish world quickly adapted, producing such notable talents as Marc Chagall and Yaacov Agam. How much do you know about Jewish art?

    Question 1 of 10:

    Who is the only Israeli artist included in H. H. Arnason's voluminous "History of Modern Art"?

     Yaacov Agam
     Michael Gross
     Nahum Gutman
     Moshe Kupferman