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Two-color Lithograph Ketubah - Gad Almaliah
Two-color Lithograph Ketubah-Gad Almaliah
 
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These Ketubot combine two-color lithography with an embossed metal to panel featuring text from the Book of Jeremiah. The version with copper on the top is accentuated by gold and black inks. The silver alloy version features inks of silver and black. Limited edition, each Ketubah is signed and numbered.

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About the Artist

Gad Almaliah was born and raised in Jerusalem. He graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and studied at the school of Visual Arts in New York City. The Mexican Government sponsored him to work with Mexican Artists at the University of Mexico. Gad served as president of the Graphic Designer's Association of Israel for 15 years. Gad has designed postal stamps for the Israeli, United States and Mexican Postal Services. In addition, the Israeli Government commissioned him to design coins and medals as well as the emblem for the six day war. He has produced books on design and numerous posters. Currently, Gad resides in Boston. He designs and produces Judaic sculpture and ritual objects. He is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts in New York City where he teaches design.

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