Ahuvim Ketubah

Ahuvim Ketubah
Gad Almaliah
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These watercolor lithograph ketubahs depict the bride and groom reaching out to each other. Among the symbols of Jewish tradition pictured on this Ketubah are the grape, the menorah, and landscapes evoking Eretz Yisrael. A passage from Jeremiah refers to the sounds of gladness and joy that accompany the voices of the bride and the groom. Limited edition, each Ketubah is signed and numbered. Available as a watercolor lithograph, embossed copper, or embossed silver alloy.

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Sku C92014
Style Contemporary
Dimensions 17 x 24
Artist Bio
Born in Jerusalem, Gad Almaliah devoted his life to creative expression through the graphic arts. In 1965, he completed his studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem. Gad served as president of the Graphic Designer's Association of Israel for 15 years. He has designed for the Israeli, United States, and Mexican Postal Services. In addition, the Israeli Government commissioned him to design coins and medals as well as the emblem for the six-day war. He has also wrote books about design. The central text of his Ketubot is enveloped by special designs, many in a choice of copper alloy, silver alloy, or lithographic watercolors.
Ahuvim Ketubah

Ahuvim Ketubah