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Gregory Kohelet - painter, poet

(b. 1954 in Fergana, Uzbekistan)

1981 graduated from Tashkent Institute of Performing and Fine Arts, even though his first teacher was his father, Anatoly Kapzan, who is a famous Fergana sculptor and artist.

Few years after graduation, from 1986 - 1989 Gregory returned to the same institute and taught art to students only slightly younger than himself.

Since 1990 he traveled extensively and lived in Tashkent, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Warsaw, Jerusalem, and Amsterdam. These days, Gregory calls his home Hague, Netherlands. He is married and has two sons.

Gregory is not only a painter but a poet with recognized talent. He also enjoys studying religions and is currently writing a book called Kabbalah and Art.

He participated in numerous group and individual exhibitions and showed his art pieces in many cities including Tashkent, Moscow, Jerusalem, Utrecht, Dusseldorf, Gent, Paris, Madrid, Geneva, New York, Palm Beach, Washington etc.

 

Gregory Kohelet - painter, poet
 
Road to Paradise
oil on canvas, 55 x 47 in (140 x 120 cm)

Harlequin
oil on canvas, 55 x 47 in (140 x 120 cm)

De Gouden Bal
oil on canvas, 24 x 27 in (60 x 70 cm)

Composition
tempera on paper, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm)

Composition
tempera on paper, 24 x 20 in (60 x 50 cm)

Composition
tempera on paper, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm)

Composition
tempera on paper, 16 x 24 in (40 x 60 cm)

Composition
tempera on paper, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm)

Yi Jin
tempera and ink on paper, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm)






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