Traditions - Ketubah Marc Chagall

Traditions Ketubah-04

According to artist , this ketubah is a personal ode to Marc Chagall, probably the most famous and instantly recognizable artist and style of Jewish art from the twentieth century. Artist rendition to reproduce the airy nature of his story telling. A wedding couple floats above the composition, surrounded by the dove of peace, the yellow sun, a lone violinist and the head of a white horse. At the base of the work is the idyllic shteltl its warped structures and a lone red chuppah. A crescent moon pokes through the trees casting a white glow over the swirling blues. The peacock is an ancient symbol of fertility bespeaking the bond of love and family. Size Dimensions: 17 in x 20.5 in





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