Rabbi Aharon Kotler, 1891–1962. 16×20 Acrylic on canvas


Our prints are the very highest quality available. Our lab uses pigment printing which is the standard for fine art prints and is archival 200+ years. The paper has a heavy weight and is coated with baryta, which makes for greater detail and definition, extended tonal range and provides a semi-gloss sheen that makes the image exceedingly vibrant. The prints are all standard frame sizes making them easy to frame. We ship them flat in protective packaging so that they will not bend.

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Rabbi Aharon Kotler, 1891–1962. 16×20 Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Aharon Kotler began as a prominent leader of Orthodox Judaism in Lithuania
(he studied under the Alter of Slabodka), but he is most known for his enormous impact
on American Jewry of the mid 20th century. In 1941 he arrived in the US with the aim
of expanding Torah learning and observance. Some claim that his motivation was to
preserve the Yeshivot learning and culture that was being destroyed by Hitler. In 1943
he opened his yeshiva Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, New Jersey, chiefly to be
away from the city. His unceasing efforts resulted in a buoying up of American Jewish
Orthodoxy and the Jewish spirit that was then in need of help. His students talked of a
profound sense of awe whilst in his presence. His legacy lives on.


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