Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish

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Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish
Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish
Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish

Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish
A Jewish Grandfather lovingly helps his grandson put on Tefillin for the first time. What a precious moment for a young boy becoming a man. This artwork measures 34 1/2 x 23 unframed. Framed 40 1/2 x 29. An extremely good investment, Dubrov was just featured in the Tel Aviv movie “Heart and Hammers” a documentary about Dubrov’s life and work in Israel. Dubrov’s style has since changed as he has now transitioned to a Kabbalah art (Kabrealism) period, which is a very different approach to art. The pattern of artists transitioning and evolving is very common, as one period ends and a new vision and passion for artistry emerge. His authentic Judaica pieces that depict the old shtetel, have truly dried up and are almost non-existent on the open market. Consequently, they have quickly risen in value. Judaica art collectors have been scrambling to procure any available works. This is the finest one around. We expect this large masterpiece to double in the value in the next few years. Boris Dubrov was born and studied art in Leningrad St. Petersburg, and left for Israel at the age of 18 years. Much of his artistic growth rooted from years of military service in the Israel Defense Forces, close to the war and to the death. Boris began learning Torah when in the army and later got fascinated with the modern Hasidim culture of Israel which preserved the ways of the lost world of shtetl, pre-war Jewish communities in East Europe. This nostalgia became the subject of many realistic works created within more than ten years in an environment where ages-old national traditions have been part of everyday life. The gradual turn to Kabbalah has brought symbolism to Dubrov’s painting: mysticism is interwoven with allegoric undertones of Torah. Deep philosophy of the Cabbalistic texts has plunged him into new knowledge and provided a different perspective on the old biblical stories. That was the origin of cabbalistic realism, a new line in the modern art. The first personal exhibition of Boris’s works in this style, “Mysteries of Merkava”, took place in 2010 in the Art Gallery of Beit Sokolov (House of Journalists) in Tel Aviv. Miri Krimilovski, an art expert, inaugurated the exhibition saying: Complex paintings by Boris Durbov emerge from the complexity of the Kabbalah world. His world is built of symbols, while the true meaning of his works remains behind the canvas and has multiple levels and senses. The exhibition that presents his new thinking gives an idea of the spiritual world in its interactions with the material reality. Although the Kabbalism is growing ever more popular, this is its first reflection in painting┬╗. Currently, the works by Boris Dubrov belong to many private collections in Israel, USA, France, Great Britain, Panama, Jamaica, Russia, and Ukraine. The item “Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish” is in sale since Tuesday, March 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “shabbatcom” and is located in Spring Valley, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: Europe
  • Artist: Boris Dubrov
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 2000-Now
  • Features: Framed
  • Width (Inches): 29
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 40 1/2

Oil On Canvas By Boris Dubrov Judaica Rabbi Jewish