Paint sizes: Width: with frame: 73 cm/28.7" inner size: 65 cm/25.6" Height: with frame: 52 cm/20.5" inner size: 65 cm/17.3" About: The Capernaum was an ancient fishing village at the northern shore on the Sea of Galilee, where Saint Peter is said to have lived, as well as apostles Answer, James and John.
Paint sizes: Width: with frame: 73 cm/28.7" inner size: 65 cm/25.6" Height: with frame: 52 cm/20.5" inner size: 65 cm/17.3" About: Revelation 16:14-16: “’Assemble them for battle on the great day of God the Almighty … And they assembled them at the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon.”
Mount of Olives
Paint sizes: Width: with frame: 73 cm/28.7" inner size: 65 cm/25.6" Height: with frame: 52 cm/20.5" inner size: 65 cm/17.3" About: The Mount of Olives is frequently mentioned in the New Testament as part of the route from Jerusalem to Bethany.
Paint sizes: Width: with frame: 73 cm/28.7" inner size: 65 cm/25.6" Height: with frame: 52 cm/20.5" inner size: 65 cm/17.3" About: The Yardenit Baptismal site lies on the banks of the Jordan river. This is the site where, according to tradition, Jesus was first baptized by John.
StoryLuke 22:44: “And being in agony he was prying very fervently, and his sweat became like drops of blood, falling down upon the ground.” The garden of Gethsemane, near the foot of the Mount of Olives, is named in the New Testament as the place where Jesus and his disciples went to pray the night before he was crucified. The garden lies close to the natural route from the Temple to the summit of the Mount of Olives and the ridge leading to Bethany. It was here that Jesus prayed in agony, pleading with God “My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass me by. Nevertheless, let it be as you, not I, would have it.” It was here that he visited by angel to console him in his agony, so great that “his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down upon the ground.” This unique limited-edition painting shows the tranquil, peaceful garden where Jesus spent his last night before his crucifixion in prayer and contemplation.
StoryThe baptism of Jesus was his spiritual rebirth. For Christians, his baptismal site on the banks of the Jordan is considered third in importance, after the Church of Nativity and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. It was here, on this spot, that Jesus publicly accepted his ministry. From then on, he toured the Holy Land, performed miracles, and taught the gospel his disciples. Christianity, in a way, finds its modest origins here, on this very spot. This unique, limited-edition painting shows the site, rich in spiritual and historical heritage, a beautiful reminder to the humble yet powerful origins of the faith.
StoryAt the western edge of the Old City, near the Jaffa Gate, the Tower of David stands above the walls. It is within walking distance of the Christian Quarter and Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where tradition holds Jesus was buried. More than 2,000 years of history are recorded in this one building. It was the site of King Herod’s palace, described as having been enormous, adorned with gold and silver, and using running water. Recent discoveries by Israeli archeologist hint that it was here that Pontius Pilate, the luxury-loving Roman prefect, was likely to have tried and sentenced Jesus from here. This unique, limited-edition painting shows the Tower at the edge of the Old City, allowing the viewer to contemplate its centuries of rich history.
StoryMatthew 16:15: When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples: ““But what about you? … Who do you say I am?”?” Caesarea Philippi, as mentioned in this passage, was called Paneas in ancient times. It borrows its name from the mountain of Panium, or Hermon as it is called today. Its river is one of the three main streams that flow in to the Jordan River. The Banias carries immense historical and spiritual importance going back to Hellenistic times, when it was a place of worship for Pan, the god of nature and the wild. In biblical times, it was near its cool waters that Peter made its famed confession proclaiming Jesus as the true messiah, and where Jesus publicly accepted his role as Christ and Son of God. This unique, limited-edition painting depicts the rich, calm surroundings where such great moments took place.
StoryThe modern town of Migdal is the traditional site of Magdala. An ancient and well-known town, Migdal was a burgeoning port at the Sea of Galilee, where merchants traded as far as Europe. It is explicitly mentioned in the New Testament. When Jesus first came to Migdal, he removed a demonic life from one of its residents, a woman named Mary Magdalene, who went to become Jesus's most celebrated and most important woman disciple. She followed Jesus wherever he went, was present at Jesus’s crucifixion, and the first recorded witness of his resurrection. This unique limited-edition painting depicts the town with its unique tower at the coast of the tranquil Sea of Galilee.
StoryJohn 10:22-23: “At that time the feast of the Dedication took place at Jerusalem, it was winter, and Jesus was walking in the temple in portico of Solomon.” Jerusalem’s Old City is, by far, one of the most colorful, longed-for, and holy places in the world. Its streets have been trodden by Israelites, Jews, Romans, Christians, Crusaders, Caliphs, and Muslims. It has been toured and rejoiced by pilgrims and men of science alike. Residing at the Western edge of the Judean Desert, Jerusalem is hardly known for its winters. However, due to its special location atop ancient hills, some winters become so cold as to snow a white blanket over the city. With its normal hustle and bustle muted by the snow, the city’s spiritual power resonates ever more loudly. This unique, limited-edition painting allows you to enjoy a uncommon, though perhaps more powerful, view of Jerusalem.
StoryGamla was an ancient Jewish city on the Golan Heights, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Frequently referred to as the “Masada of the North,” it was site of a Roman siege during the Great Revolt of the 1st century CE. One of the oldest synagogues ever found was located at Gamla, whose remains can still be visited today. The synagogue community was probably active in Jesus' day, and the Messiah may have preached there as he "went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues" (Matthew 4:23). Standing on the cliff overlooking Gamla, one can look down the valley on the left and see Capernaum on the North end of the Sea of Galilee. Gamla is not just a symbol of the heroism of a determined few against a mighty empire. It is also an integral piece of the landscape of the Holy Land. This unique, limited-edition painting depicts ancient Gamla, rich in spiritual and historical significance.
StoryThe Dead Sea is a salt lake at the edge of the Jordan river. It is ten times as salt as the ocean – so salty, in fact, that nothing lives or grows in it. It is the lowest place on earth – geographically, that is, since the Dead Sea is rich in historical and spiritual significance. It is said to had been a lush and blossoming place, just like the Garden of Eden, until God punished the nearby cities of Sodom and Gomorra for their sins. After that destruction, the place became barren and desolate, a testament to God’s power. Later, people have later dwelt in the surrounding caves, as recorded extensively at the time of King David, who is said to have hidden from Saul at nearby Ein Gedi. This unique, limited-edition painting depicts this remarkable lake, the Dead Sea, which Scripture foretells will come to life again when Jesus returns to rule the earth.
StoryThe fortress of Masada overlooks the Dead Sea. It has been invested with spiritual significance for the people of Israel, as there they once stood against a mighty empire. Once a palace and refuge for Herod the Great, named King of the Jews by the Romans, this massive plateau on the eastern edge of the Judean Desert is better known as the location of a Roman siege against Jewish rebels in 74 AD. The rebellion had failed, but Masada since became an emblem of spiritual and national pride.
StoryThe Capernaum was an ancient fishing village at the northern shore on the Sea of Galilee, where Saint Peter is said to have lived, as well as apostles Answer, James and John. Jesus is said to have made Capernaum his home during the years of his ministry, where he performed many miracles of healing the sick, the paralytic, and the possessed. This unique, limited-edition painting shows the town on the shore of the peaceful Sea of Galilee - a town small in stature, but high in historical and spiritual importance.
StoryFew places in the Holy Land are as famed and celebrated as the Sea of Galilee. Ancient Jewish historian Josephus wrote that it was “wonderful in its characteristics and in its beauty. Thanks to the rich soil there is not a plant that does not flourish there, and the inhabitants grow everything: the air is so temperate that it suits the most diverse species.” Much of the ministry of Jesus took place on its shores. The gospels of Mark (1:14–20), Matthew (4:18–22), and Luke (5:1–11) describe how Jesus recruited four of his apostles from the fishermen working on the Lake. One of Jesus' famous teaching episodes, the Sermon on the Mount, is supposed to have been given on a hill overlooking the lake, and countless of his miracles are told to have occurred here, including his walking on water, calming the storm, the disciples and the boatload of fish, and his feeding of five thousand people. This unique, limited edition painting show the calm, picaresque lake, whose calm waters evoke not just an inner sense of peace, but are also a constant reminder of the work and legacy of Jesus Christ.
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