Irving Amen Gallery:
Prints


Born in New York City, Amen began drawing at the young age of four. By the time he was fourteen years old, he won a scholarship to the Pratt Institute. He emulated Michelangelo's masterpieces and spent years perfecting his own unique style. He had his first exhibition in New York at the New School for Social Research and the at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington. He then studied in Paris where he had one-man shows in painting, woodcut and sculpture. Travels throughout Israel, Greece and Turkey in 1960 led to a retrospective at the Artists House in Jerusalem. A positive attitude, love of mankind, and religious backgroud emanate from his work.

Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Lithograph (#10/90): "The Apple". Titled and numbered ("28/200") LL; signed LR; unmatted and unframed (17" x 13"). SOLD. (#99BL)
Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Lithograph: "Day Dream". Titled and numbered ("10/90") LL; signed and dated ("1963") LR (20" x 11"); framed and matted. $225. (#99AT)
Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Lithograph: "Young Musician". Artist's Proof ("A/P") titled LL; signed LR (12" x 9"); framed and matted. SOLD (#99CV)
Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Gorgeous, large (23" x 19") serigraph: "Gift of Love". Numbered ("253/275"), titled, signed and dated ("Amen '78") with pencil across the bottom margin; unframed and unmatted. SOLD. (#A1BB)
Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Lithograph (#35/90): "Nude # 3". Titled and numbered LL and signed LR (10" x 12"); framed and matted. SOLD. (#C197)
Amen Irving Amen (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Flotida). Large (24" x 15") woodblock print titled "Laura Writing"); titled, numbered ("42/200") & signed across the bottom; unframed. SOLD. (#99BP)
Amen Amen, Irving (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Woodblock print (13" x 9") titled "Prayer"; artist's proof, titled LL and signed LR; framed and matted. SOLD. (#99BI)
Amen Amen, Irving (b. 1918; Boca Raton, Florida). Woodblock print (23" x 10") titled "The Birds Song"; numbered ("24/70") and titled LL; signed and dated ("'62") LR; framed and matted. SOLD. (#99CC)


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