ChanaHelen

Fruits of Israel. Torah paintings. Jerusalem people art

Beersheba, Israel

Announcement    There is a lot of interest in 'The Seven Species'. It's actually one of my favourites, too. I have it framed in my dining area. What's your favourite?

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Last updated on Jan 19, 2022

There is a lot of interest in 'The Seven Species'. It's actually one of my favourites, too. I have it framed in my dining area. What's your favourite?

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About ChanaHelen

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On Etsy since 2021

Joy, movement, colour and light. Beautiful artwork to enjoy in your home.

I have painted from an early age and studied Art in England, where I gained a Degree.

After teaching for many years, I moved to Israel in 2006. My life in Jerusalem, and now in Beersheba, has given me the inspiration for the artwork that you see in my shop.

Working from sketches, photographs, memory and imagination, I hope to express my love for Israel and Judaism.

I thoroughly enjoy sharing my work, which is why I have my Etsy shop.

I very much welcome the questions and interest that customers have, and my aim is that each one will be 100% satisfied. I only offer very high quality archival prints which will not fade or spoil.

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  • Chana Helen Rosenberg

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Last updated on Nov 23, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Do you sell custom sizes?

Yes. Please message me and I will do my best to deliver the artwork/s to your liking.

Are the prints framed?

No, they are unframed. Each print has a white border to allow for framing.
I have my prints for exhibitions and for my home framed without a matt, but some people prefer a matt.
The print needs to be taken to a good framer, who will advise you.

Are the prints numbered and signed?

The limited edition prints are numbered and signed by me, the artist, in pencil, on the white border below the image. The editions are very small - mostly 25, but some are only 20, or 10, making them highly collectable.
The open editions are not numbered and signed.