Limited Edition / 50

600mm x 430mm (23.6" x 17")

Hahnemühle German Etching Fine Art Print

Signed and Numbered by the Artist

This piece is dedicated to Rabbi Azaria Piccio. Pizzio was a Venetian sofer (scribe) and ba’al darshan (preacher) who served in the Jewish communities of Venice and Pisa. He is perhaps best know for Bina le’ittim - a compilation of 75 Sabbath and holiday sermons, still popular to this day. Born in Venice in 1579, Piccio was originally a scholar of things secular before eventually devoting himself to the study of the Talmud. His famous sermons, composed according to Classical models, were heavily laced with scientific, especially medical, references, and people came from far and wide to hear them. He is considered to have been one of the last great Talmudists of Italy.

Rabbi of Tuscany

  • All limited edition prints are hand-printed in Cape Town, South Africa, under the careful control of Zvi Suchet to insure precise colour, contrast and clarity. Prints are made on Hahnemühle German Etching Fine Art Paper, a beautiful luxurious paper that has a textured surface and reproduces beautiful, rich colours. Prints are guaranteed to be of light-fast archival, museum-grade quality.

    Prints are packaged carefully, wrapped in acid-free tissue paper and packaged in an extra strong tube. Please note: frame is not included with the print.

    Each Limited Edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.  

    Limited Edition numbering is strictly controlled and audited

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