Mankind – The Story of Creation by Lev Gal Wertman (Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Screen Print)
For a work of art that will bring together the décor of any room in your home, check out this remarkable screen print from Israeli artist Lev Gal Wertman:
- With its fantastic use of vibrant colors, this print is inspired by the creation of mankind in the Book of Genesis and beautifully depicts a young couple facing the challenges of the newly-created world together.
- Based off of Wertman's original collection of stained glass windows for the Gottesman RTW Academy.
- LIMITED EDITION: Make sure to buy this original work of art from one of Israel's most creative minds while supplies last.
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Arches 88 Paper 300 gsm
Size: 22" x 15" / 55.88 cm x 38.1 cm
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist
Wonderfully enrich your home décor with this beautiful work of art from Israeli artist Lev Gal Wertman. Based off of Wertman's collection of stained glass windows depicting the Creation story from the Book of Genesis, this work is inspired by the verses detailing the creation of mankind (Genesis 1:26-27), "Then God Said, 'Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals and over all the creatures that move along the ground. So God created mankind in His own image, in the image of God he created them, male and female he created them." It artfully depicts a young man and woman earnestly looking toward the wonders and challenges that the newly-created world will bring. A wonderful blend of traditional Biblical symbolism and contemporary art, you will love displaying this screen print in your home for many years to come.
An internationally recognized artist, Lev Gal Wertman studied at the renowned Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and has showcased his works in galleries and exhibits around the world. Making use of different forms of art, Wertman's works are inspired by traditional Jewish symbolism as well as the modern world.