"Gesher Bnot Ya'akov"
Gesher B'not Ya'akov is a 360 degree panoramic image of the Bnot Ya'akov bridge over the Jordan River. The bridge is located at a historic crossing know as "Jacob's Ford". It could be the site where Jacob and his family crossed the River and entered into the Land on his return from Aram and the home of Lavan. This occurred the day after Jacob's famous wrestling match with the Angel who gave him the name "Yisrael".
The Daughters of Jacob were also an order of nuns who were allowed to charge a toll at the bridge, in the Ottoman period. The tolls went to support their monastery in Tzfat.
Printed on archival quality paper and canvas.
250 x 50 cm : $700
200 x 40 : $600
150 x 30 : $400
100 x 20 : $200
all prices are print only and do not include shipping, framing or stretching
"All prints are hand produced by myself, in my own studio, with the best in archival media and inks and utmost care" - Eliyahu
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