Ben-Ari Art Gallery

Rabbi Eliashiv Learning Torah Poster - Spiritual Sukkah Art


Immerse your Sukkah in the profound depth of Torah scholarship with our "Rabbi Eliashiv Learning Torah Poster." This dignified portrait captures Rabbi Yosef Shalom Eliashiv in a moment of study, reflecting the essence of devotion and wisdom. Ideal for adding a spiritual dimension to your Sukkot decor, this poster serves as a powerful reminder of the significance of Torah learning and the exemplary life of one of the greatest Torah sages of our time.


  • Distinguished Portrait: A meticulously detailed representation of Rabbi Eliashiv engrossed in Torah study, inspiring contemplation and reverence.
  • Quality Printing Options: Available in Vinyl for durable outdoor display, Laminated for a protective glossy finish, and RC Pearl Photo for a rich, detailed image.
  • Flexible Sizing: Choose from various sizes to fit your space perfectly, ensuring Rabbi Eliashiv's legacy is appropriately honored in your Sukkah.

Variant Options:

  • Vinyl Poster: Water-resistant PVC, ensuring longevity and vibrance, available in 20 X 28 inches or 24 X 36 inches.
  • Laminated Poster: A glossy, durable option, available in 18 X 24 inches, perfect for preserving the poster's integrity.
  • RC Pearl Photo Poster: Offers unparalleled clarity and depth, available in 20 X 28 inches or 24 X 36 inches, for those seeking the highest quality representation.

Special Note on Our Commitment to Satisfaction: As with all our Sukkah posters, this portrayal of Rabbi Eliashiv is made to order, reflecting our dedication to quality and craftsmanship. While we do not accept returns on these seasonal items, we are committed to ensuring your satisfaction. Should the poster arrive damaged, please contact us within 30 days for a replacement.

Elevate your Sukkot observance with the "Rabbi Eliashiv Learning Torah Poster," a tribute to unwavering faith and scholarly pursuit. This poster is more than decor; it's an invitation to reflect on the values Rabbi Eliashiv exemplified throughout his life. Add this meaningful piece to your Sukkah, and let the spirit of Torah study enrich your celebration.

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