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Procession of the Law

Photo credit: Jewish Museum London

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Simhat Torah is a day of great celebration when the yearly cycle of Torah readings ends and a new cycle begins. All the Torah scrolls are paraded around the synagogue with singing and dancing. This painting shows a historical scene in the synagogue at Livorno, Italy.

Jewish Museum London

London

Title

Procession of the Law

Date

1850

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 84 x W 71.3 cm

Accession number

C 1974.2.25.3

Acquisition method

on loan from Norwood, since 1974

Work type

Painting

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