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A bald man with a furrowed brow holds an open book to the viewer. The book's pages open to an illustration of a distressed animal. Writing in blue takes up the lower portion of the print and reads: "I have the right to believe freely. To be a slave to no man's authority. If this is heresy so be it. It is still the truth to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. I cannot...will not...recant. Here I stand. No man can command my conscience."
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Credo (small)
1960
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.98
A black and white print that features a person holding his head in clenched fists.  His clothing is creased by his dynamic position, back is haunched.  Below the drawing is stylized Hebrew block print.  Translated it reads "These martyrs I well remember, and my soul melts with secret sorrow. Evil men have devoured us and eagerly consumed us".  The calligraphy is a prayer recited for the Musaf Service during Yom Kippur.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Warsaw
1943 – 1963
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.101
A black and white silkscreen lettering of a dove with its right wing outstretched, neck turned. The bird's beak is a brilliant shade of orange. There is a poem titled, "I Think Continually of Those Who Were Truly Great." below the dove, and names of various people above the dove. The poem was written by Stephen Spender.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
I Think Continually of Those Who Were Truly Great
1965
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.100
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."
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Cover Print for "Ben Shahn on Human Rights"
1960
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.114
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 .
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Frederick Douglass
1965
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.109
The print shows a drawing of the head of an animal. Below it reads: "I have the right to believe freely.  To be a slave to no man's authority.  If this is heresy so be it.  It is still the truth to go against conscience is neither right nor safe.  I cannot...will not...recant.  Here I stand.  No man can command my conscience."
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Credo (large)
1960
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.99
A colored print of a white hand holding onto a brown hand.  Above their grasp is both Hebrew block and English lettering that translates/reads: "'Thou Shalt Not Stand Idly By...".  The painting illustrates the need for diversity during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Thou Shalt Not Stand Idly By
1965
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.102
Black line representation of a human head and face, facing the viewer. The head is oval-shaped with vertical parallel lines.  The short hair of the person is represented by thick dots and fine curved lines.  The nose is formed by straight, vertical lines. Eyebrows are drawn with thick, black lines. "We shall Overcome" is printed in a brown-orange ink across the top of the sheet.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
We Shall Overcome
1965
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.104
Three men stand side by side.  Each is well-dressed in both a suit and hat.  The men are painted with loose brush strokes with minimal details.  Their gaze is focused on the left side of the portrait.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Les Experts, from "Dreyfus Affair"
1968
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.112.4
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.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Le Capaitaine, from "Dreyfus Affair"
1968
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.112.1
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.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Frederick Douglass
1965
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.113
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".
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Esterhazy, from "Dreyfus Affair"
1968
Gift of the Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communication, Founder Warren M. Robbins
2011/1.112.2
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