Rav Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (June 9 1880 - January 28 1950) also known as the Frierdiker Rebbe was the sixth Rebbe of Chabad Lubavitch. He was one of the most remarkable Jewish personalities of the twentieth century. In his seventy years he encountered every conceivable challenge to Jewish life: the persecutions and pogroms of Czarist Russia Communism's war on Judaism and melting-pot America's apathy and scorn toward the Torah and its precepts. The Rebbe was unique in that he not only experienced these chapters in Jewish history - as did many of his generation - but that as a leader of his people he actually faced them down often single-handedly and prevailed.Features. Artist - Binyomin Allen. Printing - Giclee 120 years. Size - 46cm x 60cm .