A special edition print celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Ben-Guryon house museum in Tel Aviv.
Ben-Gurion saw the struggle to make the Negev desert bloom as an area where the Jewish people could make a major contribution to humanity as a whole. He believed that the barren Negev desert offered a great opportunity for the Jews to settle in Palestine with minimal obstruction of the Arab population, and set a personal example by settling in kibbutz Sde Boker at the centre of the Negev.
Paper size is 12.6 X 17.9 inch (32 X 45.5 cm). Image is digitally printed on HP INDIGO CHROME printer, reproduced on 300g matte Tintoretto paper.
Frame not included.