Jerusalem Elegy – Tablets of the Covenant and the Spirit of the Jews abstract 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.
There is a place that deserves its unique place in the heart of every Jew and Christian is Jerusalem, the Holy Land, where the space is filled with history and the spirit is permeated with the mysteries of the ages. In “Jerusalem Elegy,” my thoughts and hearts plunge into this holy city, where every corner of the earth reminds us that we, the Jewish people, carry within us the spirit of great history.
The history of Jerusalem is a history of faith, where the temple, the ancient symbol of the Jewish sanctuary, was destroyed, but its spirit remained unchanged. Where the Tablets of the Covenant, the eternal words of God, once rested, we now feel the voices of the past calling for unity and hope.
Life in Jerusalem is not just being in space, it is a commitment and sacred obligation to one’s heritage. Every stone, every street, every breath of the wind carries the history of our people. Here, where the temple was, we as Jews have a responsibility to pass on our heritage to future generations.
But there is hope. In the flickering rays of the sunset, I see a bright future. The Tablets of the Covenant, ancient sources of wisdom, will return to Jerusalem. It is not only the restoration of a sacred place, but also a vow to live in accordance with our spiritual heritage.
So let us live in Jerusalem, not only physically, but also spiritually. Let each of us be the guardian of this holy land, a bridge between the past and the future. Believe that the day of the return of the Tablets of the Covenant to Jerusalem is imminent, and the spirit of the Jewish people will continue to soar like a phoenix, reborn from the ashes of history.