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  • Medium

    Fine Art Drawings : watercolour, ink, gouache

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    12.6 x 9.4 x 0 inch

  • Support

    Fine Art Drawings on Canson paper

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    Original watercolor/mixed media artwork The Stairs To Spring was created by Kirill Postovit in 2020 as a part of the artistic watercolor collection, which is presented once a year. The artwork is hand-signed by the artist, the authenticity certificate issued by the gallery is hand-signed by the artist as well. The artwork will be published in the second anniversary edition of the Edges Of Art Catalog, as a rare representative of the watercolor collection. The publication is mentioned in the authenticity certificate.
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Kirill Postovit

Czech Republic Born in: 1964 Bestsellers

Kirill Postovit (1964) – Israel / Czech Republic

He is a well-known contemporary academic painter and sculptor who graduated from several art academies. Since 1996, he has been a member of the Academic Artists Association of Israel. His work is versatile but always easily recognizable. In his sculptural, graphics and paintings works, the profound philosophy of every painting and sculpture can be felt in addition to professionalism.

Since 1990, there have been more than 260 personal exhibitions by Kirill Postovit of his new and older works. The exhibitions were held in National Galleries, National Museums, Museums of Modern Art and Art Centres around the world. Since 2003, Kirill Postovit has been involved also in charity auctions of modern art, not only in the Czech Republic.

Personal exhibitions took place mainly in Prague (Czech Republic), Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium), Bratislava (Slovakia), Munich (Germany), Zurich (Switzerland), Milan and Rome (Italy) and in other countries. Many artworks have been bought for the permanent collections of several national museums and galleries in addition to the collections of some corporations such as Veolia Group.

The art of Kirill Postovit is also represented in private collections around the world, including the collection of Ephraim Kishon (writer, Nobel Prize laureate), David Kumerman (former Czech Ambassador to the USA), Avraam Meerson (Doctor of Theology and art critic), Joseph Calleja (Musician) and others.

Sculpture memorials are an integral part of his work. In 1998, the memorial by Kirill Postovit in Israel was established and in 2004 a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Prague (Czech Republic) was opened. The National Memorial Terezin (Czech Republic), in 2008, ordered the memorial statue "The Prayer" from Kirill Postovit, which is now installed in a memorial place near the Ohr?e river in Terezi?n and it is an integral part of the entire memorial area. A year later, another sculpture memorial called "Agla" was officially opened on the area of the National Memorial Terezin. In 2011, a park sculpture called "Lovers" was opened in Slovakia. Other sculptural memorials are located in Belgium and Israel.

The works of art by Kirill Postovit (sculptures, graphics, and paintings) are part of the permanent collections of the following national galleries and the museums: National Museum of Jerusalem (Israel), Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art (Israel), National Memorial Terezin (Czech Republic), Kiev National Art Gallery (Ukraine), Kiev National Museum of Art (Ukraine), National Gallery Klimentinum Praha (Czech Republic), State Museum Of Roman Culture Brno (Czech Republic) and several others.

Since 1998, works of Kirill Postovit have been exclusively represented in the Katie Feygie Art Gallery, where he has the largest collection of his graphic, sculpture and painting works.

Kirill Postovit's best-known author's work includes, for example, "From The Beginning" (1976-1986) - a collection of his early works, "The Black Canvas Collection" - a collection of paintings on black canvas, "Creation" - a collection representing the creation of the world or "The Sculpture" - the most valuable collection of bronze and stone sculptures that has been created by Kirill Postovit since 1978 to date. Many sculptures from this collection are a part of permanent exhibitions of the above-mentioned national galleries and museums. In 2019 / 2020 personal exhibition of artworks by Kirill Postovit will be opened at Tretiakovska National Gallery in Moscow (Russia), North - Bohemian State Gallery Of Fine Art is Litomeirice (Czech Republic) and in several others National Galleries across Europe and Asia.

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