Discussing Adler's work from this period Edouard Roditi writes: '...it was after 1940, in war-time Scotland, that [Adler] attained full maturity. Increasingly personal and creative in his philosophy, he now managed to fuse subject-matter, composition, draftsmanship, texture and colour-harmonies in a single artistic phenomenon that fully expresses his unique personality. Like ideograms, Adler's figures no longer represent individuals or tell an anecdote, but signify basic human types.' (Edouard Roditi in "The Jewish Artist in the Modern World", Jewish Art: An Illustrated History (Cecil Roth, ed.), Tel Aviv, 1961, p. 289).
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