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Original Painting, Shabbat Candles Jewish Wall Art, Candle Lighting Blessing Housewarming Gift 50 x 70 cm.

Original Painting, Shabbat Candles Jewish Wall Art, Candle Lighting Blessing Housewarming Gift 50 x 70 cm.

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"Shabbat Kodesh" is an Original Painting that portrays the Shabbat Candle Lighting Blessing handwritten by Kalman Safrut. It beautifully represents the transition from the week into the Sabbath. When lighting the Shabbat candles every Friday at sundown, we recite a blessing declaring the beginning of the 7th day, the day of rest. This painting is a collaboration piece with the well-known Jerusalem scribe artist, Kalman Gavriel Delmoor, also known as "The Jerusalem Scribe" on Instagram, or "Kalman Safrut" on Facebook. We have collaborated on a few unique pieces together, and have some others in the making. Around the written text you will find sparks of flames, a kiddush cup that is to be filled with wine, and long braided challah. I painted with watercolor paint and vibrant water-based Peruvian pigments brought back from Peru by a dear friend. Kalman handwrote the blessing to recite when lighting the Shabbat Candles as well as an additional special prayer (יהי רצון ) recited after lighting the Shabbat candles. This painting comes framed and will hang beautifully on the wall behind your Shabbat Candles. It is a wonderful Wedding/ housewarming gift to a Jewish home. Material: 300 gram watercolor paper Size: 20 x 27.5 inches (50 x 70 cm)

If you're looking for other high-quality Shabbat artwork feel free to visit our Shabbat artwork collection or contact me for custom artwork.

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I paint to bring more light and inspiration into your life.  Each piece is made fully with my heart and soul and carefully packaged for maximum protection.

This artwork is professionally printed on your choice of museum-quality, acid-free archival paper or canvas. These prints look amazing and their rich and radiant colors are made to last over 100 years without fading when kept out of direct sunlight. 

Expect to feel fresh vibrant energy enter your home when you receive your beautiful art! 

It makes my day to hear from you, so please reach out with any questions. 

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    Express International Shipping. I offer a shipping upgrade at checkout for 70nis ($20). This usually takes 1 week or less to arrive after shipping.

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    I take great pride in the quality of my paintings. I stand behind my paintings and I guarantee that you will be satisfied with your purchase. If your painting arrives in less than acceptable condition I will replace it at no additional cost.

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  • 1.How do I know if I should get canvas or paper? 

    Both canvas and paper have their own unique feel, and they both look incredible. If you are having trouble choosing, go with archival paper. 


    Think about how you want the end product to hang:

    Paper prints are meant to be framed and well protected by easy to clean glass.

    Canvas prints can either be framed or stretched on wood by your local framer. A stretched canvas will hang on your wall as an original painting would.

  • 2. Does the print come framed?

    Your print does not come framed. It comes rolled up in a tube for maximum protection.

    You can take both paper and canvas to your local framer or order a custom frame online. 

    The size listed is the size of the actual image of art not including the border. Each print comes with an approximately 5 cm border on each side to allow for easy matting, framing, and stretching.

    Keep this in mind when buying a frame. For this reason, I highly recommend buying a frame after you receive your print.