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January 06, 1995 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-06

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"He chose very unusual colors
in his paintings," said Mr.
Granath. "It's typical of Expres-
sionists to use powerful, pure col-
ors."
The most striking and unusu-
al example of that is a tapestry
that shows a rabbi holding a
Torah. He looks solemn and
intense, dressed in black Cha-
sidic garb. But his long, flowing
beard is vivid orange-red, and
the Torah he holds is bright
green.
This tapestry replicates on of
Mane Katz's most famous works,
Rabbi a la Thora, painted in
1961.
The museum also has the orig-
inal painting, and we next de-
scended to a large exhibit room
to see it. In the painting, the rab-
bi's face looks even more intense
and the colors are even more
vivid.
Also in this room we saw the
original of Chagall's work Le Juif
Errant (The Wandering Jew).
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figure of man who walks
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floors in all — Mr. Granath also
talked about the museum's
remarkable founder and
director, Dr. Ghez. "I have great
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