A very beautiful art work by Zamy Steynovitz, mixed media on paper. The painting depicts two women facing each other, one of them is playing a violin, and a crowned white dove opens its wings above the women. On a wing of the dove, you can see a series of word "Shalom", peace, in Hebrew. The painting displays thematic richness, the hope for peace, enhanced by careful choice of warm and gentle colors. The painting is nicely framed and ready to grace your home.
Zamy Steynovitz, 1951-2000
Zamy Steynovitz was born in Liegnitz, Poland in January 15, 1951. He immigrated to Israel in 1957. His formal education at the Art School in Tel-Aviv and from the Royal Academy in London, upon completing his studies he began an artistic activity in real earnest; he established his place in the art world after exhibition his work in one-man exhibitions and art fairs around the world. Zamy is known in the circles of the Nobel institute for Peace in Norway as a result of his devotion to world peace. Consequently he is acquainted with many Nobel prize winners like Anwar Sadat, Menahem Begin, the Dalai Lama, Itzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres, Elie Wiesel, Desmund Tutu, Oscar Arias, the ex President of Cost Rica as well as many politicians and artists.
Measurements & Condition
Watercolor on paper painted with pastel and ink. Signed twice lower right/left "Zamy Steynovitz". Dated 1981 on lower left.
30" (74.5cm) x 22" (24.3cm)
31" (78.7cm) x 23" (58.3cm) with the frame.
Condition is Excellent. Some minor wear on corners of the frame (which only noticeable on close inspection) but otherwise in quite excellent condition and ready to hang. Please refer the detail photos I added.
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