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Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Self-portrait from Ink and Blood: A Book of Drawings, 1946
Paint, colored pencil, graphite, and ink on paper
Joseph and Alexandra Braciejowski Collection, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.  

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
The Four Sons, 1934, from The Haggadah
Watercolor and gouache on paper
Robbins Family Collection, Palo Alto, California

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
“We’re running short of Jews!, 1943
Ink and graphite on paper
Taube Family Arthur Szyk Collection, Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, 2017.5.1.115
 

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
My People. Samson in the Ghetto (The Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto), 1945
Watercolor, gouache, ink, and graphite on paper
Taube Family Arthur Szyk Collection, Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, 2017.5.1.129

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Murder Incorporated: Hirohito, Hitlerhito, Benito, December 1941
Watercolor and gouache on paper
Harlan Crow Library, Dallas, Texas

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Japan’s Aggressor: Admiral Yamamoto, Time, December 22, 1941
Taube Family Arthur Szyk Collection, Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, 2017.5.4.1

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Arsenal of Democracy, also known as Democracy at Work, 1942
Watercolor and gouache on paper
Property of a Private Collector, New York
 

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Pilgrims, also known as Mayflower and “Illegal” Passenger Ship, 1946
Pen, ink, and pencil on board
Robbins Family Collection, Palo Alto, California
 

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
And what would you do with Hitler?, 1944
Pen and ink on paper
Collection of Anthony J. Mourek and Dr. Karole Schafer Mourek
 

Arthur Szyk (1894−1951)
Do not forgive them, oh Lord, for they do know, what they do!, 1949
Ink and graphite on paper
Taube Family Arthur Szyk Collection, Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, 2017.5.1.214

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