Remembering Safed

Description
Safed has been identified with Sepph, a fortified town in the Upper Galilee mentioned in the writings of the Roman-Jewish historian Josephus.
It is mentioned in the Jerusalem Talmud as one of five elevated spots where fires were lit to announce the New Moon and festivals during the Second Temple period.
In the 12th century, Safed was a fortified city in the Crusaders' Kingdom of Jerusalem, known to them as Saphet


DETAILS
* Name: Remembering Safed
* Painter: Elena Kotliarker
* Wall size: 39" x 29" (100 X 73 cm).
* Original handmade acrylic painting on canvas
* Style: Modern, Abstract Expressionism, Figurative, Naive
* Certification of Authenticity in digital form provided
* Express shipping 3-4 days worldwide
* 30 Days full money refund accepted


MEDIA:
Canvas. Pastel chalks, acrylic on the sand texture and finished with relief paint.

ITEM CONDITION:
This painting is shipped rolled and UNSTRETCHED. You will need to have it stretched at a framer in your area before it will be ready to hang. The declared size is after stretching.