Four Pronged Shin
12" x 15"
This is an artistic expression of the mysteries of the Four Pronged Shin of the Tefillin Shel Rosh, (head Tefillin). It is stated in the Talmud, Tractate Menachot, that it is a law of direct dissent from Moses on Mount Sinai that there should be the Hebrew letter "Shin" on the outer compartment of the head Tefillin. The Hebrew term is, "הלכה ממשה מסיני’’. The reasoning is not provided, however, the organic nature of the oral tradition is to add to its timeless meaning.
This is a numbered and signed giclé print.