Rav Aharon Rokeach, Belze Rebbe Portrait


Dimensions: 46 x 46 cm | 18 x 18"
Materials: Stainless Steel and Acrylic

This framed artwork of Rav Aharon of Belz is rendered in laser cut stainless steel on a background of acrylic.

The Belze Rebbe portrait comprises of several simple shapes which are laser cut from brushed, matt, stainless steel. The lines are sleek and neat. The result is a modern work of art which gives off a dignified spiritual aura.

Rav Aharon Rokeach (רב אהרון רוקח)  lived from 1880 until 1957 and was the forth Rebbe of the Hasidic dynasty of Belz, a position he held from 1926 until 1957.

This framed artwork of Rav Aharon Rokeach (רב אהרן רוקח ) is rendered in laser cut stainless steel and acrylic to decorate your modern interior with holiness and design.

Rav Rokeach, the 4th Rebbe of the Belz Hassidic dynasty, was born in 1880 in Belz, Poland.

He escaped the Nazis together with his half-brother, arriving in Eretz Yisroel in 1944, but lost his wife and children in the holocaust.

After the passing of his half-brother he raised his young nephew – the current Belz Rebbe – Rav Yissochor Dov Rokeach until his own passing.

He worked to rebuild Belz Chassidus creating a court and yeshivos Eretz Yisroel.

Although he suffered tremendously having lost his entire immediate family to the Nazis; he never spoke about any of them – feeling that they were of transcendent holiness and any talk of them and their lives would only diminish their memory.

This unique Jewish art is the perfect gift for a special occasion; a wedding, anniversary or father’s day.

This is a special modern Jewish artwork that will always be cherished and infuse value into its surroundings.

The Jewish portrait’s neutral majestic materials will integrate easily into every space and elevate the aesthetics around it.