Woman of Valour

This beautifully illustrated version of Proverbs 31 makes a perfect gift for a wedding, anniversary, birthday, Mother's day, Valentine's Day, bat mitzvah, or any special occasion. Each verse is illuminated with one of seven original borders by Judaica artist Yonnah Ben Levy, who also designed a special Hebrew calligraphy. Her husband Chaim Bezalel, depicts only the hands in such activities as knitting, gardening, ceramics, painting, and simply celebrating life.

Woman of Valour (a handbook) - hardbound (library binding), 40 pages, calligraphy with color illustrations of woman's hands in various activities. $13

Woman of Valour This beautifully illustrated version of Proverbs 31 makes a perfect gift for a wedding, anniversary, birthday, Mother's day, Valentine's Day, bat mitzvah, or any special occasion. Each verse is illuminated with one of seven original borders by Judaica artist Yonnah Ben Levy, who also designed a special Hebrew calligraphy. Her husband Chaim Bezalel, depicts only the hands in such activities as knitting, gardening, ceramics, painting, and simply celebrating life. Woman of Valour (a handbook) - hardbound (library binding), 40 pages, calligraphy with color illustrations of woman's hands in various activities. $13 "This book was a labor of love. I photographed Yonnah's hands over a couple of years. Then I realized that the Woman of Valour section of Proverbs spoke quite a lot on the woman's hands, and what she does with them. So I asked my wife to draw her original borders around my pictures, and she added an original Hebrew calligraphy. In the original Hebrew Bible, each verse begins with the next letter of the alphabet."  - Chaim She girds herself with strength and braces her arms for work. (The Hebrew alphabet - aleph, bet- used in the book) Back to Bezalel-Levy Publishing

"This book was a labor of love. I photographed Yonnah's hands over a couple of years. Then I realized that the Woman of Valour section of Proverbs spoke quite a lot on the woman's hands, and what she does with them. So I asked my wife to draw her original borders around my pictures, and she added an original Hebrew calligraphy. In the original Hebrew Bible, each verse begins with the next letter of the alphabet."  - Chaim
She girds herself with strength and braces her arms for work.



(The Hebrew alphabet - aleph, bet- used in the book)

Back to Bezalel-Levy Publishing