A segulah authored by the famed Rabbi Moshe Teitelbaum (1759-1841) known as the Yismach Moshe. He was the Rebbe in Ujhel, Hungary, and a close disciple of the Chozeh of Lublin. He was instrumental in bringing Chassidic Judaism to Hungary. The text is entirely Kabbalistic in nature. Commissioned by a prominent Judaica collector in 2008, the original artwork took approximately a year-and-a-half to complete. The original was created on parchment using a combination of Scribal Calligraphy (STaM writing), Egg Tempra, Gold Gouache, Pastel and Papercutting.
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