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Gregory Kohelet, "Horse" Hand Signed Limited Edition Serigraph with Letter of Authenticity.
Item #241825

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29 x 24


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Only acid free materials contact the art for long term preservation. Paper works are framed with plexi.

Canvas works are typically framed without plexi so that the vibrancy and interaction with light can be best appreciated.

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"Horse", is a limited edition Serigraph on Paper by Gregory Kohelet. Numbered and hand signed, this piece is accompanied by a letter of authenticity. Measures approximately 24" x 29" (image).

The son of a sculptor, Gregory Kohelet was initiated into art by his father. He wasn't pressured to learn "the traditional rule of Art," but to love and respect nature – the master teacher.

As a young boy, Gregory traveled with his father to wild landscapes with the intention of learning to understand the meaning of composition, color and expression as they exist in the Nature. There, he listened to the music of water, understood the wisdom of the stones. Nature taught him to listen to silence. At the age of 14, he left his parents and went to study art in Tashkent. He studied painting for 4 year at the Art College and then for five more years at the Academy of Art.

Kohelet was particularly influenced by Eastern and European Art. In 1990, he immigrated with his family to Israel and settled in Jerusalem.

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