Rebekah came out with her pitcher upon her shoulders. Abel Pann (Poster)

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Ponder over your foremother Rebecca with this special poster from the Israel Museum

  • Inspired from the Torah account of Rebecca meeting Eliezer with water jugs for his camels (Gen 24:45).
  • Designed of Itiel Pann in Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Beautiful piece for someone you know who loves Jewish history, spirituality, and art!

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"Rebekah came out with her pitcher upon her shoulders" (Gen 24:45)

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 

Size: 13.3" x 19.1" / 34 x 49 cm

Abel Pann, born Russia, active France and Israel, 1883-1963.

Rebekah, 1935

Offset print, special edition, 64 x 44 cm.

Collection of Itiel Pann, Jerusalem

Pann, Abel

Abel Pann (Fefferman), Painter. b. 1883, Latvia. Studies: 1898 Art School, Odessa; with Yehuda Pan, teacher of Chagall, Paris; 1903 Grande Chaumiere, Paris. Teaching: 1913 Bezalel, Jerusalem; 1920-24 Bezalel. 1895 Moved to Vilna and worked as lithographer. 1903 Went to Paris, exhibited in the Salons and became known as caricaturist. 1912 Met Boris Shatz who invited him to teach at Bezalel. 1914 Returned to Paris to settle his affairs, but prevented because of outbreak of war. 1916 Painted series “The Road of Tears”, drawings and lithographs of Russian pogroms. 1917 Went to U.S.A. where known as a Jewish artist. 1920 Returned to Israel. 1921 Imported a printing machine from Vienna and began printing illustrations of the Bible which he published in 1924. Died Jerusalem, 1963. 

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem is among the world's most highly rated encyclopedic museums. It holds the biggest collection of ancient Israel and Bible Lands antiquities on the planet, and is home to groundbreaking archaeological discoveries such as the Dead Sea Scrolls. The museum creates replicas and adaptations of Jewish and Israeli artifacts from around the world; these rare pieces make wonderful gifts.

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