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Abel Pann (1883-1963) Original S&N LITHOGRAPH

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Abel Pann (1883-1963) Original S&N LITHOGRAPH

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Abel Pann (1883-1963) LITHOGRAPH by this renowned Israeli Artist.
Eve and the Serpent, lithograph, hand signed in Hebrew and numbered in pencil, edition 30, 17.7x13.8" (40x35cm), 1950's
Print is in excellent condition.
Please note that you are buying directly from the publishers. Art dealers are invited to contact us.
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Abel Pann (1883-1963) was born in Latvia in 1883.
He studied at the Odessa School of Art and in 1903 traveled to Paris to study at the Julian Academy of Art. In 1913 he immigrated to Israel and became a teacher at Bezalel School of Art. He was the first to open a lithograph workshop in 1921, where he created his own lithographs. His work was mostly dedicated to Biblical stories. In the Biblical figures Pann saw the oriental and eastern people whom he met later in Israel in those days. Pann is known and admired for his paintings influenced by the School of Paris style. He had many exhibitions world wide, and his work is included in prominent museums collections such as the Pompidou, Hag Museum in Holland, the Museum of Chicago, Israel Museum in Jerusalem, and others. Pann had a retrospective exhibition at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem early this year. Eve and the Serpent is a lovely and rare lithograph that is part of a series of lithographs based on Biblical stories.
This intimate and delicate piece emphasizes the seductive and somewhat demonic nature of Eve when under the influence of the serpent she is taking its shape. This is a wonderful collector's item.
This print appeared at the Abel Pann retrospective exhibition that took place at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem at the beginning of this year.
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Aug 29, 2004
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Lot 0070 Details

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Abel Pann (1883-1963) LITHOGRAPH by this renowned Israeli Artist.
Eve and the Serpent, lithograph, hand signed in Hebrew and numbered in pencil, edition 30, 17.7x13.8" (40x35cm), 1950's
Print is in excellent condition.
Please note that you are buying directly from the publishers. Art dealers are invited to contact us.
FOR FURTHER INFO ABOUT THIS LOT CHECK OUR WEBSITES: www.stores.ebay.com/fineartbay ; www.binethgallery.com
Abel Pann (1883-1963) was born in Latvia in 1883.
He studied at the Odessa School of Art and in 1903 traveled to Paris to study at the Julian Academy of Art. In 1913 he immigrated to Israel and became a teacher at Bezalel School of Art. He was the first to open a lithograph workshop in 1921, where he created his own lithographs. His work was mostly dedicated to Biblical stories. In the Biblical figures Pann saw the oriental and eastern people whom he met later in Israel in those days. Pann is known and admired for his paintings influenced by the School of Paris style. He had many exhibitions world wide, and his work is included in prominent museums collections such as the Pompidou, Hag Museum in Holland, the Museum of Chicago, Israel Museum in Jerusalem, and others. Pann had a retrospective exhibition at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem early this year. Eve and the Serpent is a lovely and rare lithograph that is part of a series of lithographs based on Biblical stories.
This intimate and delicate piece emphasizes the seductive and somewhat demonic nature of Eve when under the influence of the serpent she is taking its shape. This is a wonderful collector's item.
This print appeared at the Abel Pann retrospective exhibition that took place at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem at the beginning of this year.

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