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Levi Bodenheimer was a consistory rabbi at Krefeld, in the Rhine region. He best known for his his writings, some of which compared translations of Walton's Polyglot.

Hermann Lüders was a painter, illustrator, and draftsman. Born in Osterwieck, he was considered the official draftsman for the court and army after 1870. Emperor Wilhelm I commissioned Lüders to travel abroad as a draftsman through Italy, Spain, Russia, and Constantinople. He was also a noted historian and genre painter.

Isidor Popper was a German painter, lithographer, and caricaturist. He was born in Hildesheim in 1816 and active mainly in Hamburg.

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Lüders, Hermann, 1836-1908: Portrait of Levi Bodenheimer, Rabbi of Hildesheim, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 86.56.

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Lüders, Hermann, 1836-1908

Popper, Isidor, 1816-1884

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