The oppressed tailor at work by Ephraim Moses Lilien
Illustration by Ephraim Moses Lilien (1874–1925) from Songs of the Ghetto, a 1903 illustrated volume of Yiddish poems by Morris Rosenfeld translated into modern German. The illustrations depict the life of a tailor and his Zionist dreams. In this image, the tailor with his iron is caught in a spider's web. Lilien's work, in a strong Art Nouveau style was highly influential in Palestine.
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