A modest attempt at capturing the beauty and magnificence of the Kotel and Old City. However, although we are incredibly blessed to be able to experience the Old City, we can't forget the blood and pain encountered in this spot. Notice the arches near the front of the painting, a remnant of the previous Botei Mikdashim /Temples. Painted in red to represent the blood and turmoil created from their destruction. The painting explodes into a vivid and elaborate array of colours, covering your room and living space with the power and wonder of the Old City.
I originally painted this piece using palette knife and oils on canvas
I would love to give everyone the opportunity to adorn your walls with large beautiful Jewish Art so am selling at a more affordable price tag by reproducing the original as a Giclée canvas (Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates and is far superior to a usual print).
When ordering, please let me know if you would like with the pasuk Im Eshkochech or without .
Printed using the giclée method on top quality canvas with a uniform, non-cracking surface. Hand-stretched onto heavy duty knotless solid kiln-dried fir stretcher bars from sustainable sources with built-in corner wedges that make it easy to tighten the canvas. They arrive ready to hang, with a flat hanging system that keeps your canvas lying perfectly against the wall.
Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates and is far superior to a usual print. Cheaper canvas's are often made from plastic hence their price - I ensure my work and finish is of superior quality in order so that you can enjoy your purchase for significantly more years without fading, yellow staining or sagging.
If based in North West London, I also offer hand finished to get that freshly painted look for an extra £50 Please contact for further details.