Isidor Kaufmann

1853-1921 Hungary/Realism

 

Brief Biography-Isidor Kaufmann was born in Arad, Romania, which was part of Hungary, in 1853. He was a disciple of the Austrian portraitist Joseph Matthäus Aigner, a student of Friedrich von Amerling, and Joseph Matthias Trenkwald, a Czech historical painter. He painted genre scenes of Jewish life and received three gold medals for his works. Some of his paintings are in the Tate, London.

 

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Transaction

Business Transaction

Child with
Lulav

Child with Lulav

Day of
Atonement

Day of Atonement

Isidor
Gewitsch

Isidor Gewitsch

Girl with Flowers
in her Hair

Girl with Flowers in her Hair

Discussing The
Talmud

Discussing The Talmud


a yeshiva boy

 a yeshiva boy

Friday
Evening

Friday Evening

Rabbi with a
Young Pupil

Portrait of a Rabbi with a Young Pupil

Portrait
of a Boy

Portrait of a Boy

Rabbi Wearing a
Kittel and Tallith

Rabbi Wearing a Kittel and Tallith

Portrait of a
Jewish Scholar

Portrait of a Jewish Scholar

Portrait of a
Yeshiva Boy

Portrait of a Yeshiva Boy

Reading Rabbi
in the Vorhofe-

Reading Rabbi in the Vorhofe of the Temple

Portrait of a
Boy with Peyot

Portrait of a Boy with Peyot

The
Profit

The Profit

Young Woman In
The Synagogue

Young Woman In The Synagogue

A portrait of
a boy

a portrait of a boy

Man With
Fur Hat

Man With Fur Hat