The Lubavitcher Rebbe Portrait

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This framed artwork of the Lubavicher Rebbe is rendered in laser cut stainless steel and acrylic.

Looking at this Jewish artwork close up – it appears to be a conglomeration of simple, matt, laser cut, brushed stainless steel, abstract forms on a black Perspex background.

However, from a distance, the lines combine to form a clear image – that of a great Lubavicher Rebbe. The work suddenly acquires conceptual meaning and immeasurable significance. It then clearly embodies generations of  Jewish values and traditions.

This Rebbe portrait is a welcome addition to a modern Jewish home looking to bring the image of the Rebbe and his inspiration into their lives.

Each portrait can stand alone or be combined to create a showstopping centerpiece to grace your walls.

10% off set of 3 artworks — Coupon code SETOF3


This framed artwork of the Lubavitch Rebbe is rendered in laser cut stainless steel and acrylic to decorate your modern interior with holiness and design.

Rav Menachem Mendel Schneerson (רב מנחם מנדל שניורסון), the 7th Lubavitch Rebbe was born in 1902 in Nikolaev, Ukraine.

He succeeded his father-in-law as leader of Chabad Chasiddus in 1950, a position he held until his passing in 1994. He is credited with rebuilding Chabad after the holocaust.

He was known for his broad knowledge in all areas of Torah and his view that he and his followers should actively attend to the needs of every Jew, no matter their level of observance. Under his leadership his disciples have set up communities in all corners of the world with the aim of providing Jewish services to all those who require them.

He is considered one of the most influential Jewish leaders of the 20th century and was a close friend of Rav Soloveitchik.

Additional information


Brushed Stainless Steel and Perspex

Product Dimensions

18.2 x 18.2 x 1 inch (46 x 46 x 2.5 cm)

Product Weight

4.2 lb (1.90kg)


46 x 46cm (18" x 18"), 63 x 63cm (25" x 25")


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