Hanukkah is a Jewish religious holiday that celebrates freedom and survival and is often called the "festival of lights." This beautiful menorah, made of a copper alloy, was created by Ludwig Yahuda Wolpert in 1958, and is provided courtesy of the Jewish Museum, New York. According to the museum, Wolpert's work employs a "geometric functionalist style associated with the Bauhaus and modernism."
May you all have a joyous holiday season!
Wishing you only good things, Neen