Jerusalem Hassidic Men At Mea Shearim Oil Painting, Orthodox Jewish, Judaica Art
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Jerusalem Hassidic Men At Mea Shearim Oil Painting, Orthodox Jewish, Judaica Art:
Jerusalem - View of Mea ShearimNeighborhood
Original Oil Painting on Canvas by Israeli Painter Igor Kabishcer, New
A view ofMea Shearim neighborhood, with 3 Orthodox jewish men (Hassidic, Hasidim) discussing the weekly Torah portion. This excellent artwork is a genuine 100% hand-painted oil oncanvas painting
Comes stretched on an inner wood frame
Outer framing is possible upon request at additional cost please ask us (frame only no glass)
Painting Size (HxW):30x 40 cm
About the Artist : Igor Kabishceris an Israeli Painter Artist, living inthe north part of Israel.Igor likes the magnificent scenery, magical and holy places, typical characters and symbols of theholy landand the Judaism world, and in a vivid flowing style he makes them comealive in his paintings.
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Mea Shearim (Hebrew: מאה שערים lit. Hundred Gates) is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem, Israel populated mainly by Haredi Jews and was built by the original settlers of Yishuv haYashan(from Wikipedia)
A mountainous walled city with a 5,000-year history, Jerusalem is sacred to the three great monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam - which means it is sacred to more than a third of the world's population. For Jews, Jerusalem is the site of the Temple, now in ruins except for the Western Wall; for Christians, it is the site of Christ's death and resurrection; for Muslims, it is the site of the Prophet's night journey to heaven. Jerusalem is therefore a major site of pilgrimage for all three religions as well as, unfortunately, a place of religio-political tension over this important piece of land. The city is also popular destination for non-religious travelers, thanks to its unmatched historical and spiritual importance, its network of museums and concerts, and the archeological treasures that are continually discovered here.
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