As millions of fellow Jews in his homeland of Poland were being sent to the death camps, Arthur Szyk fought fascism from afar the best way he knew how: through his art. The Polish-born Szyk (pronounced “shik”) emigrated to the United States in 1940 and began producing political propaganda for the masses, much of which is on display in the new exhibition “A One-Man Army: The Art of Arthur Szyk” at the Holocaust Museum. You can check out selections from his illustrated books, as well as magazine covers, commercial... More >>>