The conversion process must be done before a court of three Jewish men who themselves believe in God, accept the divinity of the Torah, and observe the mitzvot.
In the case of someone who denies fundamental principles of Jewish belief (such as, the word-for-word divinity of the Torah), or offers to perform the conversion without requiring full mitzvah observance, the conversion would be invalid according to the Code of Jewish Law.
The other alternative is to pursue conversion to Judaism.
This is not simple, given that you will want to make sure it is "kosher" from a Jewish legal perspective.
Following the influx of Jewish immigrants to America, Yiddish was a language increasingly heard on the streets of New York, and in 1925 New York alone had seven daily newspapers printed in Yiddish. Today, Yiddish words like chutzpah, klutz, schmaltz and schlep have crept into mainstream English usage.
And in your case, this would only further complicate things.
The Italian collection is particularly strong in Baroque sculpture, in particular two outstanding works by Gian Lorenzo Bernini – Corpus (c.
1655), a life-sized bronze donated by Murray Frum and family in 2006, and a marble bust of Pope Gregory XV (c.
More than 1,000 works of art from the Thomson Collection have bolstered the core strength of the European holdings, adding mostly small-scale sculpture dating from the Middle Ages to the 1700s.
While the centrepiece of the Thomson Collection is Peter Paul Rubens's monumental Flemish Baroque painting Massacre of the Innocents (c.
The AGO's Old Master Collection is comprised of three pillars of strength: Dutch painting from the 1600s, Italian painting and sculpture from the 1600s, and French Salon and Impressionist painting from the 1800s.