Artist Stephanie Caplan grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and currently lives in the East Village of New York. She draws on the energy of the city, as well as her academic background in Judaism and art history, to create ketubahs that combine art and ritual in new and surprising ways. The Rothko Taupe Ketubah design is based on Jewish artist Mark Rothko’s no.16 (untitled), painted in 1950. Divided into three sections, this ketubah allows for multilingual text in a unique and striking format. In this design, the artist urges the viewer to interact with the ketubah as a piece of art in its own right.
If you need help in your ketubah shopping process, or with anything else related to your wedding, please don’t hesitate to call the store at 800-238-8743. If you prefer digital assistance, we’ve set up a page to help you through the process.
Ketubah measures approximately 15" x 24"
To avoid potential rush fees, we recommend ordering this ketubah at least 4 weeks before the wedding.
Please include the names of both partners and the date of the wedding in the notes field below.
The texts available with this ketubah are listed in the drop-down menu below. To read through the texts, click here.
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