The very nice endgame study we'll see in a moment didn't win the competition in which it was entered (it took second), but it was nevertheless awarded a prize as Study of the Year by a very prestigious panel, by which they mean the following:
It is not the selection of the best study of the year, but the study which is best suited to popularize our art among the general chess public. The solution should be both understandable to players of average level, and appeal to players of master level.
You can go to the link above and follow the links to the solution, or you can click through my presentation. First, the starting position. Second, I give the first part of the solution, almost up to the "punchline" of the study. Third and finally, the full solution. Enjoy!