Limited Edition / 50

1000mm x 720mm (39" x 28")

Hahnemühle German Etching Fine Art Print

Signed and Numbered by the Artist


This piece is dedicated to Rabbi Moshe Silberhaft – the legendary South African “Travelling Rabbi”. His story is a most remarkable one and I can highly recommend reading his memoirs “The Travelling Rabbi: My African Tribe”. Rabbi Silberhaft is known as the rabbi with “the largest congregation in the world, but not in numbers”. He covers an area of 15 000 square metres encompassing 13 countries from South Africa in the south to the Congo, Uganda and Kenya in the north and the Indian Ocean islands of Madagascar and Mauritius. From circumcisions and bar and bat mitzvahs to weddings and funerals, The Travelling Rabbi greatly impacts the lives of Jews in far-flung small or non-existent communities. What a romantic story! I decided to name this piece after the region of Port Louis on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius – where my wife, Sarah, is from.

The Rabbi of Port Louis

  • 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

  • accepts returns within 30 days of ordering for a full refund less return shipping costs. In the case of a print arriving damaged, Zvi Suchet will replace the product at no additional cost. The print will be required to be returned, costs covered by