The Israel Museum

2 Minutes, 1964
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Directed by: Adam Greenberg
Production Company:Israeli Film Service
Language: Silent
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A medium-quality film from 1964 documenting a visit to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, in which an exhibition of Judaica objects such as ancient menorahs is displayed alongside ancient Torah scrolls, and a number of paintings are depicted, including Rembrandts famous painting Moses with the Ten Commandments. During a visit to the Shrine of the Book, the Dead Sea Scrolls and the entire exhibition space are displayed. At a visit to the Billy Rose Art Garden, which is to be officially opened in 1965, several sculptures are already on display, including Aristide Maillol’s “Action in Chains” and Elie Nadelman’s “Man in the Open Air”.

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