A Walk Through the Ages Tel Aviv in the Mirror of Time painting is available as a reproduction on canvas or 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.
When I started drawing a scene with a modern girl walking in Tel Aviv against the backdrop of a newspaper from 1940, I felt a deep connection between the past and the present.
The Israeli newspaper printed in that distant year represents a direct testimony to the historical events and changes that occurred in Israel and around the world.
It carries memories of difficult times when the world was engulfed in war and uncertainty. Through the depiction of a modern girl, I wanted to convey the idea that we, living in the present, carry the legacy of history and culture. This girl, strolling through Tel Aviv, symbolizes vitality, strength, and hope for the future. She stands on the shoulders of previous generations whose stories and struggles helped shape her current reality.
The juxtaposition of the image of a modern girl with a newspaper from 1940 alludes to the idea of continuity and the evolution of time. It allows us to reflect on how our present lives are infused with past events and how each generation contributes to shaping the future.
In this work of art, I wanted to emphasize that we are responsible for preserving and transmitting our historical heritage and for building a better world for future generations. This painting serves as a reminder of the significance of history and our role in its continuation. It calls upon us to realize that we are part of a broader picture, and in our hands lies the power to change the future, drawing upon the lessons of the past.