Oil paining on wood, copy of the artist John Singleton Copley from 1780. “And he got up and went to Eli, and said here I am you have called me, and Eli understood, because Hashem called to the yout.” In the middle of the painting is Eli HaKohen dressed as the Kohen Gadol, alongside him stands Samuel the youth. Signed “W. Levitt.” Given in a frame with a taped printing “W Levitt-1800. Samuel Before Eli the High Priest.” Size of the picture: 48x70cm, scratches and light defects to the picture, generally good condition.
Paper cutting work, flowers and plants and birds, and more. In the center is “Lecha Dodi,” each of the stanzas in their own frame, in addition to “Mizmor Shir L’Yom HaShabbat” and “Hashem Malach.” Signed “Yitzhak Weissblum in Ma’alot Kedoshim,” artist unknown. 20th century. Given in a frame. Size: 55x39cm, generally very good condition.
With plants and flowers, a menorah, colors, and more. The background is made of parchment. Signed: Samuel Miller, artist unknown, seems 20th century. Given in a frame. Size: 41x33.5cm, a little stains from dryness, generally very good condition.
1. Jewish folk art over the generations, by Allie and Aliza Davies. Printed by Reuven Mas, Jerusalem 1978. 2. B’Machzor HaYamim—Mo’ed v’Khol in Jewish Art and Folklore by HEschel Golinsky. Printed by the Friends of Jewish Folklore, Haifa 1963. 3. Jewish Art: Betzalel Cecile Ruth, new edition edited by Betzalel NArkis. Printed by Masada Ltd, 1974. 4. Chosen Manuscripts and Printers, Exhibit from Treasures of the National and University Library, Jerusalem 1985. 5. Hebrew Micrographs, 1000 Years of Tiny Artwork, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1981. 6. Jewish Art Masterpieces, Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1994. 7. Ancient Jewish Art, East and West. Gabrielle Sed-Rajna. Switzerland. 8. Jewish Folk Art Over the Ages. Jerusalem 1977. 9. Jewish Art Volume Twelve-Thirteen. 1986/7. 10. Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts. By Betzalel Narkis. Jerusalem 1969. Different conditions and sizes. Generally very good condition.