BARLIN, FREDERICK WILLIAM


BARLIN, FREDERICK WILLIAM
BARLIN, FREDERICK WILLIAM (fl. early 19th century), English portrait painter. Barlin, who worked in London, was the son of Berliner, the ḥazzan of the Chatham synagogue. Barlin exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1802 and 1807. Two of his portraits are of particular significance: that of solomon herschel , chief rabbi of the Ashkenazi Jews in England, and that of the Sephardi haham raphael meldola . The latter was painted wearing a three-cornered hat in a courtly, elegant, and typically English manner. This portrait was later engraved and published by Joshua Lopez. -BIBLIOGRAPHY: Roth, Art, 533; A. Rubens, Anglo-Jewish Portraits (1935), 53–55, 80.

Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.

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