Horizontal gallery wrapped on a wooden frame ready to hang.
Print on canvas from Chagall style original painting of Elena Kotliarker.
Truly enormous four-part Jewish art with rare symbols of the four elements Air-Water-Earth-Fire.
An artwork that lets you take a peek at the mysterious forces that drive the Universe, filling you with awe. This extraordinary painting carries along with the Jewish heritage on thick brushstrokes that blossom into a river of vivid colors.
All the paintings are designed and created together in such a way that one part flows into another.
It means that each print can be shown in both ways: as a part of the overall polyptych composition (recommended) or as a completely independent artwork.
The order of the prints from left to right is the following: Air-Water-Earth-Fire.
Actually, when you hang all the items together, you have to see a multiple parts composition, where one part is drawn to another.
The Hebrew words on the picture – the wishes of Success (הצלחה), Luck (מזל), Happiness (אושר), Love (אהבה), and Health (בריאות).
Intervening with the rich colors and most hypnotizing forms are the words of blessing and the Jewish traditional symbols that protect you:
A pair of birds – for love and harmony, Pomegranates – for joy and fruitfulness, 5 fishes and Hamsa that will protect you from evil eye…
Bring a piece of this magic and light into your home or to the people you care for.
- Name: Four Elements
- Painter: Elena Kotliarker
High-quality print on canvas stretched on 1” deep frame.
Signed limited edition giclee.
Ready to hang.
The perception of colors depends on the monitor and can be varied.
Photo not always can bring you all riches and an abundance of colors.
HANDLING & SHIPPING INFORMATION:
I’m using only express expedited shipping through EMS.
There is no shipping on Friday and Saturday
Approx. delivery time (not including possible Customs delay):
USA 3-5 business days
Canada 4-6 business days
Europa 3-5 business days
South America 5-8 business days
Thank you for supporting ORIGINAL art.