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Judaism’s greatest prophet

Lesser Ury's painting Moses Climbing Mount Sinai (1905-07), in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel, is one of the many large illustrations that are a feature of a volume of nearly 400 pages, Journey Through the Old Testament: The five books of Moses: A family storybook with masterpieces of art by Suzanne E. Lier. Ury's haunting Moses Sees the Promised Land (1928) is also included, as well as many Old Masters. The book is aimed at children and their parents, with ...

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