Black and white lithograph, three quarter portrait representation of Fredrick Douglass: A man is potrayed with curly hair and beard, a stern facial expression, and a formal suit and bowtie. His head and gaze is turned to the right of the piece. The words "Frederick Douglass" border the piece along with two copies of the artist's signature and the screenprint number .
Portrait of a face with colorful markings. The face is of a dark complexion with bold, white sections that highlight raised features. There are also colorful lines that accent both the light and dark areas of the face.
A portrait of Captain Dreyfus: The bust of a man in uniform stands pivoted to the right. His expression is neutral and his likeness is painted with bold colors in a watercolor-like texture. Below the bust reads "Le Capitaine Dreyfus", or The Captain Dreyfus.
A portrait of a man sitting down. Shown in military dress, he sits with his legs crossed and is painted from the front. His coat is decorated with a medal and embellished with gold and fur trimmings. Although he is painted seated, there is nothing but a dark shadow beneath him. Underneath the portrait reads "Esterhazy".
Shown in court attaire, a man stands with arms bent at his waist, and left hand holding both a rolled up document and a small pair of spectacles. It reads above the man's head "M. Labori", who was Captain Dreyfus' defense attorney.
A portrait of a man in decorated uniform. The man faces the viewer directly, and is painted in bold colors with a watercolor-like effect. Beneath the portrait reads "Georges Picquart", who was an investigator on the Dreyfus trial.
Two men stand side by side in this portrait, both dressed in suits. One man faces front-center while the other is shown via his profile. Their eyes are not painted but their brows appear furrowed. Above the men reads "Paleologue et Demange" or "Paleologue and Demange". Paleologue gave testimony during Dreyfus' court case and Demange was one of Dreyfus' defence lawyers.
A man is potrayed with curly hair and beard, a stern facial expression, and a formal suit and bowtie. His gaze and head are centered. The words "Frederick Douglass" borders the piece along with the artist's signatures and the screenprint number.
This piece involves numerous handwritting styles including Hebrew block in red ink, cursive in black ink, and stylized print in black with red accents. This is the cover page for "Ben Shan on Human Rights."
A group of children stand tightly packed together behind a wooden fence. None of the children appear to be facing the camera except for one girl in a gingham dress at the center of the photo. This girl, slightly smiling, displays the cover of a book she holds in her hand.
Two girls in floral dresses stand on a wooden front porch holding matching dolls. Both girls stare inquisitively to their right. Behind them sits a rocking chair and windowsill with lace curtains and a flower box.