Abstract Kotel

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The Kotel, or Western Wall, is all that remains of King Solomon’s Holy Temple that was destroyed by the Romans. Today, Jews from all over the world come to the Western Wall to pray and connect with God. This abstract painting represents that although the Temple may have been broken into pieces, the Jewish nation will remain as one.

SEMI ORIGINAL GICLÉE is a reproduction on mounted and stretched canvas with wrapped edges. The entire canvas is then painted over, recreating the look of an original painting with brush strokes and texture. Much time and effort goes into creating each giclée to make it into a masterpiece. It can either be hung as is, or framed.

For questions, custom sizes, or for custom art and inquires, please email us, or visit @Nechamafineart on Instagram to view more artwork by Nechama.

Please allow 4-5 weeks production time for a Semi Original Giclée.

Any sizes LARGER than 20×60 will ship taken off the stretcher bar and rolled in a tube.

This product is also available in Custom Prints.

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About This Painting

In this abstract depiction of the Western Wall, we see that although the Holy Temple may be crumbled, no man can ever take away the devotion to God that lies within the hearts of the Jewish people.

The Kotel is one of Jerusalem’s most holy sites. It is all that remains of the Holy Temple, and Jews travel to the wall to pray, experience God, and get close to the site where the Holy of Holies used to be. Jewish law forbids most Jews from visiting Temple Mount, so praying at the Kotel is the best way for Jews to get close to this place of deep spiritual significance. Non-Jews also visit the Kotel to immerse themselves in the undeniable divine presence that exists there.

This fine Judaica painting by Nechama Fine Art is an awe-inspiring addition to any space.