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 Artwork by Lynn Rae Lowe  New window
 Judaica, bronze and steel sculpture, home décor items, and 2D art.
 Camus Gallery of Fine Jewish Art  New window
 Israeli gallery specializing in ceramics, glass, paintings, and textile arts. With pictures and order information.
 Farkash Gallery  New window
 Located in Israel, this gallery offers rare Judaica items and Jewish art (such as : paintings,silver,rare books and every other piece from the jewish history).
 Garden Of Eden Art Gallery  New window
 Photographs by a Jewish artist. Large format black and white as well as color shots.
 Jewish Museum - Stockholm, Sweden  New window
 The museum, which is the only one of its kind in the Nordic countries and is a member of the Swedish Association of Museums. Details of the history of Swedish Jews and exhibits are provided.
 P.A. Pursuits  New window
 An on line gallery of paper and fiber art with Judaic motifs by artist Lois Ann Mittleman.
 Silverman Heritage Museum  New window
 The Silverman Heritage Museum is a Judaica museum which regularly exhibits its permanent collection of Jewish religious and domestic items as well as frequent temporary exhibits on Jewish themes. Located in northwest Toronto. Free admission.
 Spertus Museum Online  New window
 Online information on Spertus Museum, Chicago’s Jewish museum, which invites visitors to encounter the realm of Jewish history, religion, art and culture through its exhibitions and programs. The largest Jewish museum between the two coasts, Spertus Museum houses a collection of over 10,000 objects, artifacts, and works of art spanning 3500 years of Jewish history, and features exciting permanent and temporary exhibitions.
 Yeshiva University Museum Online  New window
 Provides a window into Jewish culture throughout the world and throughout history by showcasing Yeshiva University Museum's multi-disciplinary exhibitions and award-winning publications. Since its founding in 1973, Yeshiva University Museum's changing exhibits have celebrated the culturally diverse intellectual and artistic achievements of over 3,000 years of Jewish experience.

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