This outstanding piece integrates the Tikvah’s words into the shape of the holy land of Israel, exemplifyinghow the Jew’s return to Israel is the fulfillmentof this hymn, written in 1878 by the poet Naftali Hertz Imber. Close inspectors wiil notice the connection between the words and their placement on the map: the word “Jerusalem” is located on thepoint of Jerusalem and the direction of the script is coiling towards the center, the holy city. The words "straight to the east” are pointing towards the east
The words of the famous song “Ein li eretz acheret” (I do not have another land) are written in scribal letters. The touching words were written by Ehud Manor, who won the prestigious “Israel prize” for his contribution to Israel’s most Inspiring songs playlist. Manor wrote the song in memory of his brother, Yehuda, who was killed during one of Israel’s wars.
The frame seen is an illustration and can be ordered in gold, black or white colors.
Category: Calligraphy, quality copy.
Materials: Print on canvas, parchment or art paper.