This framed artwork of Rav Kook is rendered in laser cut stainless steel and acrylic.
Rav Abraham Isaac Kook (רב אַבְרָהָם יִצְחָק הַכֹּהֵן קוּק) was an Orthodox rabbi, the first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of British Mandatory Palestine in the Land of Israel, the founder of Yeshiva Mercaz HaRav, a Jewish thinker, posek, kabbalist, and a renowned talmid chacham.
He is considered one of the fathers of religious Zionism.
This modern artwork is comprised of a mixture of different textures. The dramatic contrast between the brushed steel, matt, laser cut outs, and the shiny, black acrylic background, combine to create a strong interactive presence, which can be experienced from different angles.
This framed artwork of Rav Kook is rendered in laser cut stainless steel and acrylic, decorating your modern interior with holiness and design.
Rav Avhaham Yitzchok Kook (רב אברהם יצחק הכהן קוק) was born in 1865 in Dangavpils, Latvia.
He learnt in the yeshiva of Volozhin where he grew close to the Netziv. He held rabbinic positions in several communities across Europe and Eretz Yisroel before he was appointed the first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi at the same time that Rav Sonnenfeld founded the Edah HaChareidis.
He was known as the father of Religious Zionism and founded the Merkaz HaRav yeshiva in 1924. He served as Rosh Yeshiva (dean) until his passing in 1935.