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Lighting the Lamps, Eve of the Sabbath

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Published - A Scene In A Domestic Interior. On The Left A Woman Stands, Resting Her Right Hand On A Table, Lighting Lamps Attached To A Circular Two-tier Base, Suspended From The Ceiling. On The Table Is A Book, A Jug And A Wine Goblet. In The Centre Stand Two Girls Holding A Book Open Between Them. Sitting In A Chair On The Far Right Is An Old, Bearded Man Wearing A Hat And A Long Black Robe. A Boy Stands Next To Him. Behind The Old Man's Chair Is A Large Window With A View Of Trees And A Row Of Large Terrace Houses.

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