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jewish painting of shtetl
The Jewish people have been living in Israel for thousands of years. They've had a long tradition of creating beautiful works of art that reflect their faith and heritage. The
sukkah art banner
"Sukkah" Succah (סוכה) is a Hebrew word that means “booth” or “tabernacle.” The word is used in the Bible to describe the portable tent where Moses met with God at
Sukkah wall banners
Sukkot is an eight day festival that celebrates God’s provision for his people during the year. It begins on the 15th of Tishrei in the fall and ends on the
migdal david painting
Jerusalem has been painted by many different artists throughout history. Some of these paintings were created for religious purposes, while others were commissioned by wealthy patrons. Here we present some
shtetl jewish painting
The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses an impressive collection of artworks that reflect the history of Judaism and its people. This gallery includes works by artists such as Rembrandt, Raphael,
abstract jerusalem painting
Abstract Jerusalem Paintings are a series of abstract artworks that were created in response to the city of Jerusalem. The artist, David Karp, was born in Israel and moved to
Sunrise in Holy Jerusalem Painting in Progress by Alex Levin https://artlevin.com/product-category/judaica/jerusalem-paintings/
"All the worlds stage" Oil on Canvas by Alex Levin https://artlevin.com/product/worlds-stage-surrealism-painting/
jewish painting
Jewish art has been influenced by many different cultures over the centuries, and this influence is reflected in the arts. The Jewish people have produced some of the most influential
"Be Careful with Your Time" New Painting by Alex Levin www.ArtLevin.com
"Fly me to the moon" Photos by Alex Levin from Makhtesh Ramon Shavua tov my friends
jerusalem temple painting
  The Temple of King Solomon was built in approximately 957 B.C., and was destroyed by the Romans in 70 A.D. The site has been rebuilt several times since then,

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