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Imre Ámos – Önarckép átsuhanó angyallal (Self-Portrait with an Angel Shooting Through, Collection privée Feminine Mystique, Jewish Art, Lovers Art, Mystic, Angel, Fine Art, Prints, Painting, Image

Self-Portrait with an Angel Shooting Through by Imre Ámos

Self-Portrait with an Angel Shooting Through by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos (Jewish-Hungarian:1907-1944)

Self-Portrait with Angel by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos (Jewish-Hungarian: Kuniyoshi, Jewish Art, Hanging Art, Horror Art, Mystic, Fine Art, Art Station, Painting, 21st Century

Self-Portrait with Angel by Imre Ámos

Self-Portrait with Angel by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos (Jewish-Hungarian:1907-1944)

Women by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos Eclectic Taste, Moving To Paris, Jewish Art, New Art, Art History, Oil On Canvas, Corps Humains, Artwork, Battle Field

Women by Imre Ámos

Women by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos (Jewish-Hungarian:1907-1944)

Imre Ámos, Painter of the Apocalypse Jewish Art, Writing Poetry, 21st Century, Apocalypse, The Dreamers, Mystic, Fine Art, Artist, Prints

Imre Ámos, Painter of the Apocalypse

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Imre Amos - - Self-Portrait with Angels and Clock, 1939 Marc Chagall, Writing Poetry, Mystic, Auction, Clock, Fine Art, Portrait, Angels, Painting

Sold Price: Self-Portrait with Angels and Clock, 1939 - Invalid date CEST

Signed lower left: Ámos 1939

Imre Ámos (Hungarian, Green Divan, oil on canvas, 70 x 100 cm, private collection Jewish Art, Hanging Art, Oil On Canvas, 21st Century, Lazy, Green, Painting, Collection, Artists

Les Visions prophétiques de Imre Ámos

Entré à l'Académie hongroise des Beaux-Arts en 1929, après des études à l'Université technique, Imre Ámos (Nagykálló, 1907 - 1944, Ohrruf) possédait un talent polyvalent, qui comprenait la musique et l'écriture de la poésie. Au début des années trente, il changea son nom (Ungár) en Ámos, faisant allusion au premier prophète; la conscience de sa propre identité était l'une des principales inspirations pour ses peintures. Imre Ámos a épousé une autre peintre, Margit Anna en 1935; leur relation…