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Arnold Zadikow was a German-Jewish mason and master builder who later became a sculptor. He mainly worked with silver, stone, glass, and other metals. He trained in Munich and was a pupil of Heinrich Wadere. He died in 1943 at Theresienstadt. The overwhelming majority of his works were destroyed by the Nazis in 1942, a number of small pieces were kept hidden until after the war and then ended up in private collections.

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Zadikow, Arnold, 1884-1943: B'nai B'rith Munich 25th anniversary commemorative medal, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 61.189.

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