The Seder and the Haggadah are timeless and ever open to interpretation.

In 1919, amid Russia’s Civil War, El Lissitzky used the Haggadah’s final song as the basis of a series of lithographs. A new facsimile edition reunites his rendition of Had Gadya.


Nextbook asked Philadelphia illustrator J.T. Waldman to render a portion of the Haggadah; he chose to illuminate the characters of the four sons.