Hebrew artwork always incorporated the Hebrew alphabet as a central theme. Whether initials of one of the holy names of G-d or abbreviations of the Ten Commandments, Hebrew letters and the Hebrew alphabet have taken pride of place in both plastic arts – such as carving, sculpture, and metalwork — and painting and drawing and printing/etching. Hebrew artwork also incorporates Hebrew texts as well as the Hebrew alphabet, depicting the two Tablets of the Law given to Moses on Mount Sinai. Representational Hebrew artwork often depicts learning from books written the Hebrew alphabet.
Menucha Page takes the Hebrew alphabet as a central subject of her works, and the ancient Hebrew letters often have pride of place in her original visual artwork.