IRVING AMEN “The Muses” Print Circa 1955
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“The Muses” print by Jewish American artist Irving Amen circa 1955 elegantly depicts the three muses. A sepia tone brown has loose, sketch-like lines for distinct style. With a canvas mat in black frame. Signed and titled by artist, numbered 20/200.
About the Artist (Taken from info card):
Irving Amen (1918-2011) was born in New York City. He has exhibited in all major national and international group exhibitions in the United States and Europe, Asia, and Africa. Many one-man shows of his art have appeared throughout this country and abroad. He is represented in many notable collections, including the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Cincinnati Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian Institution. He was commissioned by Agudas Achim Synagogue in Bexley, OH to create 12 stained glass windows representing the Twelve Tribes of Israel.
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Very good condition.
19"W x 25"H