Table of contents for Painting a people : Maurycy Gottlieb and Jewish art / Ezra Mendelsohn.

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INTRODUCTION: Sites of Memory

CHAPTER 1: A Brief Galician Life

    Galicia, For and Against
    Galicia in Gottlieb's Time
    Not So Humble Origins
    Triumph and Tragedy

CHAPTER 2: Artistic Contexts

   History Painting, Orientalism, and Religious Art
   Polish Art
   Jews and Art, Jewish Artists, "Jewish Art"
   The Depiction of Jews in Art

CHAPTER 3: Maurycy Gottlieb's Artistic Project

   Gottlieb as European Artist
   The Road to "Jewish Art"
   Icons of Identity
   History and Memory: Gottlieb's Jewish Pantheon
   Painting a People

CHAPTER 4: Reception

   Jewish Hero, Noble Pole
   A Monument for Gottlieb

   Interwar Poland: The Exhibition of I932
   Gottlieb in the Land of Israel

CHAPTER 5: Last Things: Gottlieb, Matejko, and Capernaum

POSTSCRIPT: Gottlieb's Children: The Universalist Impulse
in Jewish Art