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Nina Salaman (1877–1925)

Photo credit: Jewish Museum London

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This portrait of Nina Salaman was painted in 1918 by distinguished British Jewish artist Solomon J. Solomon. Nina Salaman was a writer and poet well known for her translations from Hebrew to English, including parts of the Routledge prayer books still in use today. She campaigned for women’s rights and was a prominent member of the Jewish Women’s League for Suffrage.

Jewish Museum London

London


Date

1918

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 110.5 x W 86 cm

Accession number

L 2008.3

Acquisition method

on loan from the Salaman Hamburger family

Work type

Painting


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