David Fisher Laser Cut Paper Doctor's Prayer Wall Hanging (Choice of Colors)

$159.00
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Enrich your home décor with this fantastic work of art bearing the text of Maimonides' doctor's prayer.

$159.00

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Laser-Cut Paper

Paper Size: 11.1" X 15.19" / 28.2 cm X 38.6 cm

Cutting size: 6.69" X 10.23" / 17 cm X 26 cm

Whether at home or at the office, impress your guests and patients with this remarkable paper cutting from Israeli artist, David Fisher. Beautifully made using the latest in laser cutting technology, this work features the text of the Doctor's Prayer (in either Hebrew or English) set against a gorgeous floral background and topped by the words "Tefillat HaRofeh" ("Doctor's Prayer") written in a stylish Hebrew script. Composed by Maimonides, the eminent medieval Jewish sage, the Doctor's Prayer is an entreaty by a healthcare worker that God grant them the strength and fortitude to perform their sacred duties properly. Both beautiful and meaningful, you will love displaying this wall hanging every chance that you get.

Please note: This piece is not framed but is available framed for an additional price.

David Fisher is one of the finest artists in the Holy Land. Born in Jerusalem, this incredible graphic designer excels at creating astounding paper cut art by utilizing different methods including laser cutting as well as more traditional techniques. Incorporating his expertise in Hebrew typography to create unique and extraordinary art that combines traditional prayers, symbols, and elements, this remarkable native Israeli artist produces striking masterpieces that are flawless, elegant, and breathtaking. Sure to make an eye-catching and impressive addition to your home, each of this exceptional artist’s pieces are a unique and jaw-dropping keepsake from the Holy Land you’ll be proud to own!

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