George Washington Scripture Portrait (Exodus 20) – Canvas
- All strokes are the original Torah font letters of Exodus 20)
- Stretched matte canvas 1.25" depth
- 3 different sizes size options available: 14" x 14", 24" x 24", and 32" x 32"
- Cotton and polyester canvas composite with a special proprietary coating
- Inner frame made with radial pine sourced from renewable forests
- Soft rubber dots on bottom back corners for support
- Back hanging included so it's ready to be placed on the wall immediately.
Art that does more than decorate, it elevates and inspires. Share this scripture vision by simply hanging it on your wall or giving it as a gift.
|14" x 14" (Square)||24″ x 24″ (Square)||32" x 32" (Square)|
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“It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.”– George Washington
George Washington Scripture Portrait (Exodus 20) by Judy Rey Wasserman is UnGraven Image Art. That means that each and every stroke in the artwork is a Torah font Hebrew letter from original scripture. In Wasserman’s sunset paintings the strokes are from Exodus 20, which includes the Ten Commandments.
What appears to be a portrait is actually only original scripture — you are looking at the world depicted as the Lord God speaks it into existence, even now — because each stroke is a letter from the original text. According to theology held by every branch and denomination of Jews and all Christians, the original letters of the words of the Lord are the tiniest essential basis of the physical universe. Smaller than atoms and even particles. Elementary physicists call this energy and pre-matter: “strings”.
You can see these unique letter-strokes in the close up of Washington’s eye available on this page
The Ten Commandments(found in Exodus 20) serve as the basis for most of the laws of the democratic governments of the world, and also those of the USA, and the UK and Commonwealth countries. As such, it is fitting for Judy Rey Wasserman’s Scripture Portraits of the Presidents of the United States and leaders of the democratic United Kingdom, to be created with the original letters scripture verses of the Ten Commandments. Whether or not these men and women lived up to the full commandments or not, their executive posts positioned them to administer the laws.
The original letters of the Ten Commandments is especially appropriate for a portrait of George Washington, who was a devout Anglican (now Episcopalian) church member. Further, President Washington was the first world leader to extend full rights of citizenship to the Jews, who brought the Ten Commandments to the world.
“If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” — George Washington
Share more than your patriotism, share an “Open Bible” scripture text of Exodus 20 by proudly displaying this artwork!
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