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Purim Greeting Card featuring the painting Purim Rattle by Annemeet Hasidi- van der Leij

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Purim Rattle Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Charlotte, NC

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Thank you so much, Kimberleigh!

Amazing beautiful art! i adore your watercolors.

I am so glad you like this painting, Steve!

A compelling boldness to this work, Annemeet! I enjoyed learning about the purim. v/f

Very nice. Voted and faved.

Thank you so much, Rachel!

What a beautiful image... whimsical and defiant at the same time.

Thank you my friend!

Wonderful work!! Fav!~

Thank you so much, Karol!

Instant FAVE. Superb work.

You are so very kind, Al!

Thank you, my dear friend.

Annemeet, your ability to transform anatomy into feeling is wonderful… ^.^

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Artist's Description

Illustration of a Purim rattle. The Feast of Lots (Purim) celebrates the escape of the Jews of Persia from the threat of destruction over two thousand years ago. The story is told in the biblical book of Esther, which is read in synagogue from a scroll (megillah). It was in the days of King Ahasuerus that Haman, the Persian king's chief advisor, cast lots (purim) to set a date for the destruction of the Jews. Esther, the king's Jewish wife, managed to prevent the disaster. Haman remains a symbol of evil and the threat of destruction. During the reading of the story of Purim, children try to drown the sound of Haman's name with rattles and shouting whenever he's mentioned. It's a playful way to strike out his memory.

About Annemeet Hasidi- van der Leij

Annemeet Hasidi- van der Leij

PLEASE NOTE - FINEARTAMERICA WATERMARKS ARE NOT ON THE PRINTS! My name is Annemeet Hasidi- van der Leij. I am a painter and illustrator.

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