Jerusalem Skyline Hand-Painted Wall Hanging by Yair Emanuel

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Brighten your home with this stunning Jerusalem skyline hand painted metal decor by Yair Emanuel:

  • Decorated by hand on a metal finish, including vibrant colors to adorn the Old City skyline.
  • Contains the important phrases from Psalm 137:5-6 by King David to always remember Jerusalem. 
  • Beautiful gift from the Land of Israel for a wedding, housewarming, or birthday for someone you love!
$34.00
 

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Hand Painted Metal

Size: 6.7" x 9.84" / 17 cm x 25 cm 

Adorn your home with the beauty of Jerusalem with this stunning hand painted metal piece to illuminate your walls. This piece is designed with vibrant colors, and contains the famous quote from the Book of Psalms by King David to not forget Jerusalem.

In Hebrew it reads, Im Eshkachech Yerushalayim, Tishkach Yimini, Tidbak Lshoni Lcheekee, Im Lo Eskareki Im Lo Aaleh Et Yerushalayim  Al Rosh Simchati. Pslams 137:5-6. (If I forget Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its strength, may my tongue cling to its palate, if I do not remember, if I don’t rise up to Jerusalem as the head of my joy. Beautiful gift for a new couple to make their home filled with Jewish pride and a taste of the Land of Israel! 

Israel’s most popular artist Yair Emanuel studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, and now lives and works in Jerusalem. He creates stunning Judaica and art from a range of media, ranging from hand-painted silk and hand-sewn embroidery to brightly painted wood and muted metals. Emanuel’s work is characterized by the unique combination of traditional Jewish motifs and modern design and technique. His pieces are vibrantly colored and vividly bright, and are sure to add sparkle and style to any room!

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