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Gallery: Judaica
Frame: unframed
Year: 1999
Media: sumi ink,acrylic
Description:
This is an interpretation of the story of Moses Ben Maimon, also known as Maimonides, the 11th century rabbi, physician and foremost intellectual figure of medieval Judaism. As a prolific writer whose ideas about philosophy, religion, and medicine continue to influence these disciplines today, he is best known for three works: his commentary on the Mishna, his code of Jewish law, and his 'Guide For the Perplexed'. The original art is in the collection of The Jewish Healthcare Foundation, Pittsburgh. Prints may be requested.
Dimensions: 24 x 20
Price: Original is not available

Gicleé prints on archival paper are available here.

Maimonides' Dream