This pretty and colorful work by Andrew Reid Wildman depicts the Starnova, or Old-New, synagogue in Prague's medieval ghetto. The shul dates from the 13th century and is Europe's oldest synagogue. It is shrouded in myth and mystery, including the legend of the Golem, a man-created monster who once ran amok and whose remains are said to be buried in the vicinity. The painting is on a small canvas which is deep enough to hang without framing and which is painted black on all sides. Ideal as a souvenir from a trip to one of Europe's gem cities, as a wedding gift, or perhaps for a bar mitzvah.