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Queen Esther Greeting Card featuring the painting Queen Esther by Esther Newman-Cohen

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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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Thanks so much, Cristiana, for featuring this work in the Painters Painters Painters Group!

Ester-- I am certainly enjoying your people! L

Thanks so much, Carol. I appreciate your great comment and L!

Thanks so much, Madalena, for featuring this work in the Women Painters – Hand Paintings Only Group!

CONGRATULATIONS!! Featured on Women Painters. Great work! Love how you have done this!!!

Thanks so much, Navin, for featuring this work in the Top100 Qualitative Artists' Group!

Thanks so much, Sora, for featuring this work in the Mutamea - My Change Group!

Brava Esther! Your artwork is featured in Mutamea - My Change.

Thanks so much, First Star Art, for featuring this work in the Loving VAN GOGH Group!

Thanks so much, Don, for featuring this work in the I Wish I Was There Group!

Thanks so much, Chrisann, for featuring this work in the Weekly Fun For ALL Mediums Group!

Thanks so much, Julie, for featuring this work in the Impressionists of the 21st Century Group!

Thanks so much, Lenore. I appreciate your compliment, v + f!!!

Thanks so much, Elsa, for featuring this work in the Award Winning Painting of the Week Group!

Esther, Congrats!!! Your Stunning Work has been Featured On The Home Page of Weekly Fun For All Mediums!!!

Love this!! v/f

Thanks very much, Jade, for favoriting this work!

Hi Katherine. Thanks so much for your great comment and for the feature in the new Alla Prima Group. I submitted this to you since I really painted it "alla prima" from a live model.

I like the bold, simple color masses. This piece has been accepted into the new "Alla Prima" group. Bravo!

Thanks so much Elusive Moon Studio for featuring this work in the Forgotten by Time Group!

Thanks so much Paul for your expressive compliment. I'm so glad you enjoyed this!

I love love love that wondrous gaze Esther , the gorgeous red and pink tones add to a memorable and outstanding portrait

Thanks so much Jo for featuring this work in the Featured Artwork Group!

Thanks so much FSA for featuring this work in the Heroes and Heroines Group!

Thanks so much Sharon for featuring this work in the Signature Style Art Group!

Thanks so much William for featuring this work in the Art with Flair Group!

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Artist's Description

According to the Megillah, or book of Esther, Esther was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Ahasuerus is traditionally identified with Xerxes I during the time of the Achaemenid empire. Her story is the basis for the celebration of Purim in Jewish tradition. King Ahasuerus' advisor Haman convinced the king that the Jewish people must be massacred. Risking her life Esther invited both the king and Haman to a banquet. During the banquet Esther asked that the king spare her life as well as the lives of her people, the Jews of the Persian Empire, Haman's treachery so inflamed the king that he left the banquet and went into the palace garden. Haman pleaded with Esther to save his life, ending up on her couch beside her as he begged—which caused the king to jump to an obvious conclusion upon returning to the banquet from the garden. Seeing Haman thus, the king cried, "Will he force the queen also before me in the house?" Whereupon, the king's chamberlains seized Haman, and one of...

About Esther Newman-Cohen

Esther Newman-Cohen

Dr. Esther Newman-Cohen is a highly creative Israeli-based artist. She engages in a wide range of artistic activity, including drawing, painting and woodcarving. Her subjects range from abstracts to realistic portraits and landscapes, done in a variety of media – pencil, ink, aquarelle, pastel, acrylic and oil. She also designs ketubot, Jewish marriage contracts, many of which are also posted on Fine Art America. Over the past five years she has added wood sculptures to her repertoire. Her first solo exhibits took place in Jerusalem, at the Alliance Française in 1989: "The Women of Jerusalem," in 1992 at the Gerard Behar Theater: "Flowers and Landscapes of Jerusalem," and in 2008 at the Jerusalem Botanical Garden: "Flowers: A Love...

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