TALMUD

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Sefer Ha Zohar

Size: 46 x 38 cm

Painting 
Year: 2014
Materials: Acrylic , Posca

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Civilization Disappeared 

Size: 90 x 90 cm

Painting 
Year: 2015
Materials: Acrylic, Posca, Spray, Collage

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This Canvas was made during Hannouka in year 5776 (2016 in Gregorian calendar). It has many meanings, here is a exhaustive list. Jeg wanted to show seniority and longevity of Israelian society but also eternity of Jewish civilization by comparing it to other ancient civilizations such as Mayas, Aztecs, Inkas, Babylonians, Persians or even Romans (every of these civilizations are represented at the bottom of the canvas)

In fact, even if these civilizations had greatness, they have disappeared, and not the Israelian Civilization. 

Higher on the canvas, the watch represents the relationships to time.  The woman situated at the center is a representation of the importance of the woman in the jewish nation. In fact, she is wearing in her a hannoukia, the candlestisk of Hannouka, during the fourth day because 4 candles are alight, because Jeg finished the Canvas on the 4th day of Hannouka, and children. This representation shows that jewish woman is both the one who give birth to jewish nation but also the one who maintain the household in tradition. And the writings in hebrew are quotes from Talmud.

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Eternal Civilization 

Size: 65 x 54 cm

Painting 
Year: 2014
Materials: Acrylic, Posca, Spray

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Mazal Tov

Size: 46 x 55 cm

Painting 
Year: 2014
Materials: Acrylic, Posca, Spray

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Nabuchodonosor Dream

Size: 46 x 55 cm

Painting 
Year: 2014
Materials: Acrylic, Posca, Spray

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The Four Kingdom, 
Série Daniel, 7

Size: 46 x 55 cm

Painting 
Year: 2014
Materials: Acrylic, Posca, Spray

Not available

This Canvas was made during Hannouka in year 5776 (2016 in Gregorian calendar). It has many meanings, here is a exhaustive list. Jeg wanted to show seniority and longevity of Israelian society but also eternity of Jewish civilization by comparing it to other ancient civilizations such as Mayas, Aztecs, Inkas, Babylonians, Persians or even Romans (every of these civilizations are represented at the bottom of the canvas)

In fact, even if these civilizations had greatness, they have disappeared, and not the Israelian Civilization.