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Houses Mizrach - Glass

by Artist Tamara Baskin
A beautiful wall hanging of stained and fused glass. The plague marks the direction of Jerusalem. Even more beautiful when placed in a window! Allow 2 to 3 weeks for shipping.
Israeli born artist Tamara Baskin has brought the fine art of fused glass to Judaica. She painstakingly places pieces [...]

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Home Blessing Mizrach

by Artist Mickie Caspi
‘Peace unto this house and all who dwell within it. Peace unto all who enter and all who depart.’ A fanciful portrayal of Jerusalem is surrounded by the biblical seven species of fruit of the Land of Israel: wheat, barley, grapes, olives, figs, dates & pomegranates. A Mizrach is traditionally [...]

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Jerusalem Sunrise (Mizrach)

by Artist Michael Bogdanow
‘Jerusalem Sunrise’ is a ‘Mizrach,’ the Hebrew word for East, and represents our looking to the East, to Israel, to Jerusalem. It began as an original painting, which is in the collection of Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, New Jersey. The painting has been reproduced as a ‘giclee’ print on archival-quality, [...]

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Garden Mizrach Papercut

by Artist Danny Azoulay
Mizrach (East) - to mark the direction of Jerusalem - is surrounded by a garden papercut. Matted between panes of glass, the cut-out areas will show whatever is placed behind the print. This print is matted and framed. (Frame shown in larger image.) Signed by the artist, dated, and numbered.
12.25′x13.5′

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Mizrach

by Artist Danny Azoulay
Signed print by Danny Azoulay illustrates the Hebrew word ‘MIzrach’ - East - the direction of Jerusalem and our prayers. Comes matted and framed in gold painted wood.
13′x10.5′

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Mizrach

by Artist Mordechai Rosenstein
Hung on the eastern wall in a home or office, it indicates the direction in which one faces towards the Holy city of Jerusalem. This lovely artwork features Jerusalem surrounded on all sides by the word Mizrach in both Hebrew and English. A beautiful representation of the [...]

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