Amen, Irving

Irving Amen (1918–2011) won a scholarship to Pratt Institute at age 14, and later studied at The Art Student’s League and Academy Grande Chaumiere in Paris. Amen exhibited frequently in museums and galleries around the word.

His art often includes themes of Jewish life, and always conveys a warm and positive humanity.

Other prints by Irving Amen are in many notable collections, including:

Metropolitan Museum
Smithsonian American Art Museum
National Gallery of Art, DC
Yale University Art Museum
Harvard University Art Museum
Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University

Irving Amen (1918–2011) won a scholarship to Pratt Institute at age 14, and later studied at The Art Student’s League and Academy Grande Chaumiere in Paris. Amen exhibited frequently in museums and galleries around the word.

His art often includes themes of Jewish life, and always conveys a warm and positive humanity.

Other prints by Irving Amen are in many notable collections, including:

Metropolitan Museum
Smithsonian American Art Museum
National Gallery of Art, DC
Yale University Art Museum
Harvard University Art Museum
Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University

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