Heritage series #1. Lion of Judah
The Tribe of Judah (Yehudah), its conquests, and the centrality of its capital in Jerusalem for the worship of the one true God, Yahweh, figure prominently in the Deuteronomistic history, encompassing the books of Deuteronomy through II Kings, which most scholars agree was reduced to written form, although subject to exilic and post-exilic alterations and emendations, during the reign of the Judahist reformer Josiah from 641–609 BCE.
According to the account in the Book of Joshua, following a partial conquest of Canaan by the Israelite tribes shortly before 1200 BCE (the Jubusites still held Jerusalem), Joshua allocated the land among the twelve tribes. Judah's divinely ordained portion is described in Joshua 15 as encompassing most of the southern portion of the Land of Israel, including Jerusalem.
Signed original artwork on canvas
Pastel chalks,oil and acrylic on the sand texture,varnish.Finished with relief paint.
The artwork made in palette knife technique
The declared size is before stretching.
After the stretching painting will be smaller 4-5 inches on each dimension.
For this purpose the 2.5" white fields are left from each side of the painting
30" H x 43" W x 2" D Weight 3 lb
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