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Louis Brandeis (FS II.230)

Louis Brandeis (FS II.230)

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Media: Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board
Dimensions: 101 x 81 cm (H x W x D)

Louis Brandeis was an American lawyer and the first Jew to be appointed to the Supreme Court Justice in 1916. Brandeis had graduated from Harvard Law School and settled in Boston. He made a name for himself by championing socially progressive issues and became known as “the people’s attorney.” His writings on individual rights of privacy was a new concept and has had lasting impacts on American society. Brandeis later became involved in the Zionist movement. His legacy lives on both through the profound impact he had on the United States Supreme Court, as well as Brandeis University, which was named for the justice and established in 1948.

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Andy Warhol was an influential American artist, filmmaker, painter, printmaker, sculptor, author, collector, and producer. He was born on August 6th, 1928, in Pittsburgh, US. 

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