Gathering at Mount Sinai

This series of silkscreen art prints represents the large mural Avner Moriah created for the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York in 1999. The physical space earmarked for the art -- a stairwell ascending to the library -- inspired him to paint the Gathering at Mount Sinai, depicting the multiple ascents of Moses to receive the written word.

The work is a 12 x 12-foot mural, comprised of 13 separate oil-on-canvas panels. The central painting depicts Mount Sinai. Featured around it, in a circle representing the cyclical movement of faith and doubt, and good and evil, are the Ten Commandments, the 10 plagues, and the 10 slain rabbis martyred under Roman rule.

Sold either as a full set, or individual panels.

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