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Moshe Braun

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Moshe Braun relies on intuition and inspiration to capture the spirit, beauty and longing, the history and the majesty, of the Jewish people and the Land of Israel. He has gained renown for his use of color to communicate feeling and his fine attention to intricate detail.
The very mention of Rachel’s Tomb (Kever Rachel) evokes emotion. A visit to this holy site stirs feelings of hope, and the desire to pour out one’s heart in prayer to G-d.
The very mention of the Temple evokes yearning for the future redemption. This piece was painted to describe an ethereal feeling of G-d causing the Holy Temple to descend from the Heavens to the mountains of Jerusalem.
A calm winding path through the Holy City of Jerusalem serves as the backdrop for this artwork about Shabbat. Scenery and representational architecture of Jerusalem, including the future Beit HaMikdash (Holy Temple), are juxtaposed with primary textural a...
The Holy Torah is full of references to agriculture, landscapes, scenery and terrain. But these are not simply a collection of hollow descriptions. The Torah is very specific with every word and every idea, and through various images it paints a picture o...
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