I’m researching an interesting piece of art entitled “The Bronx” by Abraham Manievich. Along with researching the artist I am researching the history and impact of Jewish people in the Bronx.In the 1920s there emerged a variety of neighborhoods such as Melrose hunts points- Crotona park, Mott haven and Morrisania. From the emergence of these communities there was a mass influx of immigrants. These areas became prime places for immigrants to relocate to. Crotona park became a society mainly comprised of European Jewish immigrations fleeing Germany and other European nations. Out of these immigrants, many were artist themselves. From this huge migration to the Bronx, there came a huge population change. The population of Crotona park was 153,651. Out of this number, 44 % were foreign born immigrants. The mass amounts of Jewish immigration can be attributed to the harsh factors in Europe. Many artist like Abraham Manievich flocked to Crotona park and created their own community of the Arts. Crotona park park became the ideal place for an artist. Despite the capacious amounts of artistic talent in Crotona park, the art community was often under represented. Many pieces were never shown in galleries. On the few occasions when they were shown, the art work was only displayed for a short period of time. Although there were difficulties and many went through struggles, the artist continued to go to Crotona park, and from there on initiation a vast amount of artistic culture.