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Size: 54 x 73 inches

From Aliza:

This painting was originally made with oil on a 48x36 inch canvas.

For many years my brother’s family lived on the street depicted in this painting in the Old City of Jerusalem. His home was through the arch on the left. We would occasionally rent the home on the right of the arch when visiting. Here, my boys are shown walking down the stairs to the street where my parents lived, around the corner.

The Old City of Jerusalem is like no other place on earth. Just breathing you feel the holiness. This is the place where King David bought the land and left it for his son Solomon to build the Temple. The stones in this painting are painted with many colors. The people who come through the old city to visit from all over the world are so colorful themselves. Although I do not physically live in Jerusalem, a piece of my heart is always there!

The biblical verse incorporated into this painting is:

הנה מה טוב ומה נעיםשבת אחיםגם יחד”,

“How pleasant it is when brothers live together.”(Psalm 133). 

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About the Artist

Aliza Marton

Aliza Marton is a Los Angeles based Judaica and nature artist who specializes in traditional oil on canvas as well as her own novel technique – blending abstract fluid acrylic with realism on wood panels with resin. Her art serves as a window into Aliza’s passionate and emotional connection to our Creator. Many of her works incorporate biblical passages into scenes of nature and of everyday life.
Aside from teaching art to hundreds of students in the Jewish community, Aliza’s proudest moments are when her clients’ connect deeply with one of her pieces and decide to make it a part of their home. Aliza also serves as Art Editor for Uplift Magazine headquartered in the UK. Aliza’s artwork can now be found in private collections around the world.

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