We are proud to present to you a reproduction of the works of a very young Israeli artist: David Braka . His drawings are reproduced on 255g velvet paper, of very high quality. His know-how, his hyper-realistic style will make you appreciate his works representing Baba Salé .
Available in different sizes for all tastes and all budgets: 7,9"x11,8" - 11,8"×15,7" - 23,6"×15,7".
To feel Baba Salé's Blessing very close to you!
The Grand Rabbi Israel Abehassera or Abouhatsera, better known under the name of Sidna Ribbi Baba Salé was a holy man, who had the ability to work wonders. Many legends and marvelous stories relate the story of this man of great wisdom.
Incarnation of purity and holiness, throughout his life each of his words, deeds and gestures were intended to serve Hashem and help his neighbor. Baba Salé could perform miracles through divine prayers. One of the very important principles that his father transmitted to him was to only say good things about others, in order to be constantly in the light and to feed his mind only with healthy images.
Thousands of Jews came to see him for advice and to receive his blessing. His prayers had such an impact that he was able to change or save the lives of many Jews, some of whom were real miracles.
It was at the age of ninety-four that Rabbenou Israel Zatsal left this world. The funeral was an immense pain for the thousands of people who came from all over to say goodbye to Baba Salé, the man who knew how to bring them light and guide them throughout his life.
Who is David BRAKA?
David Braka born in Nice in 1993. It was from an early age that he began to show an unusual love for drawing and painting. A student at the School of Fine Arts in Versailles , he decided to give up everything to find his land, Israel, and pursue his inner spiritual journey.
It was during these yeshiva years that the artist began to represent the Rebbe of Lubavitch, followed by other great names.
"I want to represent the force of the Torah. I want this force to be palpable, to be able to touch it.".
A soldier in the army and then a student at the Betsalel School of Fine Arts , David now lives in Jerusalem with his wife and son, and tries to create "a new art, close to every Jew and every human being ".
- Designed by Israeli artist David Braka
- Available in 3 different sizes: 7,9"x11,8" - 11,8"×15,7" - 23,6"×15,7"
- Sold unframed
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