Oil portrait of three religious men studying scrolls. Faithful and devotional, they're wearing what appears to be ancient Hebrew clothing. Their wrapping cloaks are white and have stripes, called "Talit" in jewish-arminian culture. The "Talits" have fringes (also called "tsitsit") on them, as the biblical prescription of the Torah asks for it. In orthodox Judaism, the "tsitsit" are only worn by men. We can imagine these three individuals as wise messengers finding the right words to convey sacred ideas in early times. This portrait is unique, medium-sized and can be installed anywhere in your house where you like to imagine stories from the past.
This painting is framed with a green and brown frame.
measures 19 x 16 x 1 inches