Jerusalem Landscapes
 
Yael Avi-Yonah was born and lived most of her life in Jerusalem
and has always been sensitive to its special aura
where past, present and the future are constantly meeting.

 
Jerusalem by Moonlight

Jerusalem by moonlight
 
 
Jerusalem from Jaffa Gate

jaffa gate
 
 
Jerusalem from Damascus Gate

damascus gate
 
mixed media on canvass.
31" x 39" (78 x 98 cm)



View of the Western Wall 1967

western wall
 
mixed media on canvass.
31" x 39" (78 x 98 cm)
 
Jerusalem from the South

jerusalem from south

 




Jerusalem from Motza

Jerusalem from Motza

 






Jerusalem Diamonds

jerusalem diamonds

 





The Knesset from the Israel Museum

knesset

    mixed media on canvass.
    35" x 24" (90 x 62 cm)
 




The Hebrew University from the Israel Museum

jerusalem diamonds

 
Road to Jericho

road to jericho

Road to Jericho

road to jericho

mixed media on canvass.
35" x 24" (90 x 62 cm)
  





Temple Mount - Attribute to Raphael

temple mount

Composition based on a famous painting by the Renaissance artist Raphael.



The Second Temple

road to jericho

This work was painted from a scale model, researched and designed by
Professor Michael Avi-Yonah, the artist's father. Depicted is the blue-white marble
sanctuary of the Temple which stood 165 feet (50 meters) tall.
 In the foreground, to the right, are the four towers of the Antonia Fortress.

The artist renders the special aura of the dawn light illuminating the Temple.
Hovering above, is a cloud formation
in the shape of the Hebrew letter 'Shin'.

mixed media on canvass.
35" x 24" (90 x 62 cm)





Many of the above paintings are available as serigraphs and posters, as
well as other versions in different sizes and color schemes.
Posters
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