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Flight from the Auschwitz painting is available as a reproduction on canvas and metal in 2 options: limited and open edition.

– Limited edition on canvas comes hand embellished, framed, numbered and signed by Alex Levin. This edition is limited to only 25 signed prints that ever will be published. This makes it more unique and collectable. Once that specific print run sells out, there will be no other editions of that image made by the artist.
– Open edition available on canvas or metal. Canvas comes fully framed and has a traditional, classic look. Metal edition made from high-quality aluminum. It has a modern and contemporary look. Reflects light and enhances the colors in the artwork.

Both the limited and open editions are ready-to-hang wall art. The canvas reproduction arrives beautifully stretched and elegantly framed to add a touch of sophistication to your space, ready for hanging on your wall.
Each reproduction is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, ensuring that you receive an original and authentic piece of art.

Please see more information regarding the limited and open edition reproductions HERE
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Original Oil Painting available here

The first Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon – a son of Jewish parents from Eastern Europe, who had lived through Auschwitz – perished during a spaceship crash not far from the Earth.

He took with him in his first and, as it turned out, his last, space trip, a drawing by a boy from Terzin ghetto (Teresienstadt).

There was a space rocket in that picture.

The space scale of the Auschwitz tragedy asks for a space response.

It cannot be the other way, the author of the painting is telling us.

A camp robe is flying up and large doll that has come alive appears before us in a wedding dress.

A wedding is a symbol of life and procreation, but the painting is imbued with black colors of death and destruction.

Phantasmagoria of ashes, space and eternity overlaps just like in real life.

But the message of the painting is life, not death.

Life, in which we should not forget still recent, according to the space scale, tragedy.

The ladder, into which the fingerboard of a musical instrument turns in the artist’s canvas, is, by all means, Jacob’s Ladder.

He saw the angels of hostile people who are ascending and descending this ladder, but the last angel – the angel of Esau, the ancestor of the people of Europe, stayed on the top.

Jacob-Israel was frightened and did not ascend this ladder.

“Do not fear, Jacob!” – the Lord said, and these words are addressed to us, to the Jews of the present age.

We must not fear anything.

This is our ladder to Heaven.

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