Gabriel Ma’anit, Ruthi Ofek.
Tefen, Israel, 1998. 268 pp., illustrations: 119 col., 185 b&w, 28 × 23 cm. Hebrew and English.
Open Museum—Tefen (January 1998)
A contemporary look at Jakob Steinhardt’s art as the work of a Jewish artist rather than as a German Expressionist who spent his last 35 years in Israel. Introduction by Garbriel Ma’anit. Three essays on Steinhardt’s artistic journey (Kathrin Konrad), his work before and after World War I (Inka Bertz), and Steinhardt in the Land of Israel (Ziva Amishai-Maisels). No itemized listing.