Stunning interpretation of weekly portion of the Torah. This splendid work of art is a limited, signed edition, fine reproduction on canvas. The perfect gift for every joyous Jewish occasion, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Weddings, Birthdays, Commemorations. Printed on canvas, this fine reproduction is framed without glass like an original oil painting. A real treasure to be received or to be given for a life time.
14.5" x 10" - size not including the frame. Available framed only. This item ships directly from the artist in Israel. Special Order - allow extra time for delivery. Gift wrap and/or gift cards are not available.
Parashat Ki Tavo opens with the commandment to bring the first fruits to the priests. This ritual includes a verse many will recognize from the Pesach Seder, recalling that 'my ancestor was a wandering Aramean.' This is followed by another ritual for the completion of tithing. Both are a statement of God's dominion over the land. Next we find a dramatic ritual called tochacha - 'admonition' - that is to be performed by the Israelites when they first cross the Jordan and enter into the Promised Land. As a reaffirmation of Israel's acceptance of the covenant with God, they are to inscribe the Torah upon twelve stones, erecting them as a monument on the top of Mount Ebal. And then the tribes were divided, six to ascend to the top of Mount Grizzim, and six to the top of Mount Ebal. The Cohanim and the Levites, along with the Ark of the Covenant, stood in the valley in between. There, they called out a list of curses that would befall anyone who ignored God's commandments and a list of blessings that would benefit those who followed God's way. After each statement, all of the people said, 'Amen'. The parasha concludes with the beginning of Moses' final discourse. He begins by recounting all that God has done for Israel over the past forty years.