title #1:


My Shtetl Kazimierz Dolny

by Shalom Goldberg

A monograph about the unique relationship between an artist and his lifetime source of inspiration...  
his picturesque village in central/southern Poland called Kazimierz Dolny.

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title #2 

Bittersweet Legacy:

Creative Responses to the Holocaust

(Studies in the Shoah Series)


by Cynthia Moskowitz Brody

An anthology of visual and written responses to the Holocaust.
Included are numerous images in B&W of the artist's work on the
Holocaust theme.



title #3:

The Triumphant Spirit: Portraits & Stories of Holocaust Survivors...Their Messages of Hope & Compassion [Hardcover]


Nick Del Calzo (Concept, Editor & Photographer)
Renee Rockford (Author, Editor) 
Linda J. Raper (Editor)

An collection of over 50 biographies and portraits of Holocuast survivors
and their post war stories of triumph over the evil of World War II.



title #4: 

In Kazimierz the Vistula River spoke to them in Yiddish... : Jewish painters in the art colony of Kazimierz

 Authors: Dr. Waldemar OdorowskiDorota Święcicka-OdorowskaDorota Seweryn-PuchalskaStanisław ŚwięcickiJarosław Moździoch 

A collection of biographical descriptions of the artists who visited and painted Kazimierz Dolny, as well recognizing the two native sons,
who continued and became well known artists. Chaim Goldberg's earliest known work to have survived is reproduced in color
from the collection of the Nadwishlanski museum in Kazimierz Dolny.

Narative about the artist and the story of his discovery are included in the introduction.

ISBN #: 9788360736104 8360736103
OCLC#: 750643942


title #5:


Ven thee Vaisal hoṭ geredṭ Yidish

Sh. L. Shnayderman ; ilusṭratsyes fun Chaim Goldberg.

Author: Shnayderman, Sh. L. (Shemuʾel Leyb) 1906-

Published: Tel-Aviv : Y. L. Perets, 1970.


The book contains numerous pen and ink illustrations made specifically for this publication.

S.L. Shnayderman and Chaim goldberg were friends and members of a small fraternity -
artists, born in Kazimierz Dolny (19 years apart) and survivors of the Holocaust.



title #6


Polish Engravers

Chaim Goldberg, Zofia Albinowska-Minkiewiczowa, Czes?aw S?ania, Raphaël Kleweta, Józef Hecht, Krzysztof Lubieniecki


Chapters: Chaim Goldberg, Zofia Albinowska-Minkiewiczowa, Czeslaw Sania, Raphal Kleweta, Jozef Hecht, Krzysztof Lubieniecki,
Jozef Holewinski, Teodor Lubieniecki, Piotr Naszarkowski, Adolf Eduard Herstein. Excerpt: Chaim Goldberg (March 20, 1917 - June 26, 2004)
a Jewish artist, painter, sculptor, and engraver, who is best known for being a chronicler of Jewish life in the small Polish village,
or Shtetl Kazimierz-Dolny in southern Poland, where he was born, and painter of Holocaust era art. Chaim Goldberg grew up in Kazimierz-Dolny.
His drawings were discovered on the walls of his father's shoemaker workshop 1931 by Saul Silberstein - a student of Sigmund Freud
who was doing post doctorate work on his book, Jewish Village Mannerisms. Chaim and Silberstein left for Krakow with a large collection
of the art in portfolios. Silberstein contacted influential individuals to provide support to the fourteen-year-old artist. Wealthy patrons, such as,
a Judge and a newspaper publisher sponsored his education at the "Jozef Mehoffer School for Fine Arts", Krakow, from which he graduated
in 1935, and later at the "Academy of Fine Arts" in Warsaw, where he was the youngest student (at 17) to enter the school, from which he
graduated in 1938. World War II interrupted his artistic development, and he became a refugee in Siberia. He went to cole des Beaux-Arts,
Paris, France on a fellowship from the Polish Government from 1947-1949, and then in 1955, he and his wife Rachel with their two sons,
Victor and Shalom were allowed to leave Communist Poland, despite a protest from the Ministry of Culture, and emigrated to Israel.
In 1967, Goldberg arrived in the United States, with a two-year business visa on an exhibition trip.



title #7



Shtetl life

the Nathan and Faye Hurvitz Collection


Judah L. Magnes Memorial MuseumFlorence B. Helzel
Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1993 - History - 155 pages


title #7





Around Jewish Art: A Dictionary of Painters, Sculpters and Photographers

Adrian Darmon



  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Carnot Pr; 1 edition (April 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1592090427
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592090426
  • An illustrated 400-page dictionary of biographies of over 7000 artists which took the author over 10 years to compile and edit before it was published. 






title #8


Out of the Whirlwind

by Albert H. Friedlander (Author), Jacob Landau (Author)


  • Paperback: 594 pages
  • Publisher: Urj Press; Rev Exp edition (May 1, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0807407038
  • ISBN-13: 978-0807407035

This classic anthology of literature from the Holocaust has been revised and expanded to include more than 40 accounts that stand as testimony to the broad range of experiences of the Holocaust. Organized thematically, Out of the Whirlwind includes excerpts from Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's Hitler's Willing Executioners, Art Spiegelman's Maus, Primo Levi's The Drowned and the Saved, and many others.



COVER ART: By Chaim Goldberg

Painting title: The 6 Candles, private collection, NY





title #9



Until the Messiah Comes: A Russian-Jewish Adventure


Do-It-Yourself Jewish Adventure Series.

Kenneth D. Roseman (Author)


 Paperback: 145 pages

  • Publisher: Urj Press (November 1, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0807407062
  • ISBN-13: 978-0807407066

COVER ART BY: Chaim Goldberg, from his painting "The Marketplace"





title #10

The Glencoe World Literature Reader

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers,
and interests of readers worldwide



  • Reading level: Ages 13 and up
  • Hardcover: 1199 pages
  • Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (May 11, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0078251125
  • ISBN-13: 978-0078251122