Piece 1: $600 + Shipping
Piece 2: $220 + Shipping
Piece 3: $360 + Shipping
Piece 4: $400 + Shipping
All of these pieces, are part of an ongoing series aiming to capture the essence of Jerusalem throughout the centuries! Throughout most of the past three millennium of human history, Jerusalem was seen as the center of the world, the apple of God’s eye, a cradle of civilization. Why not bring a little piece of home, well, home?
Painted on 300g black watercolor paper, with gold leaf paints, each of these pieces are based on historical manuscripts of maps/depictions of Jerusalem, and the notable landmarks it held! The sleek black design, contrasted with the shimmering copper-gold of the paint, which instantly make any room feel more elegant! Every piece comes framed, and naturally, we’ll ship them anywhere in the world!
Piece 1: Inspired by a Panoramic Art Piece of “Holy Places on the Temple Mount & Mt. of Olives” painted in Tzfat, 1874-5 (The original is held by the Israel Museum) (30 x 40 cm)
Piece 2: “The Holy Temple” Inspired by a book of prayers for after a meal (סדר ברכת המזון), from Prague, 1750 (21 x 15 cm)
Piece 3: “Jerusalem and it’s Hills” was inspired by a piece painted onto a Ketubah (Jewish wedding contract, which I also make), from the town of Rivarolo, Italy, 1727, (25 x 20 cm)
Piece 4: Inspired by an etching “Temple Mount & the Temple of Solomon” printed in an Italian Book, from the 16th Century (A4)