ISRAEL: MARGIT, Anna + ÁMOS, Imre...

Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann (1913~1991) + Imre Ámos (1907~1944/1945). Margit Anna attended Vaszary's school (1932~1936) in Hungary and moved to Paris in 1937 with her husband, Imre Ámos where they met Chagall and his influence can be seen in her/his early work... Imre Ámos was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina (1940), then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died In a Nazi concentration camp (1944/1945), date unknown, probably In Saxony...
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Self-Portrait with an Angel Shooting Through by Imre Ámos (1907~1944/45) | He was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

Self-Portrait with an Angel Shooting Through by Imre Ámos - Imre Amos

Self-portrait with Nail and Hammer by Ámos (1907~1944 or 1945) was a twentieth century Hungarian Jewish painter. In 1944 he was deported to a concentration camp in Saxony where he later died cruelly at the age of 37 or 38.

Amos Imre Self-portrait with Nail and Hammer Ámos – 1944 or was a twentieth century Hungarian Jewish painter. In 1944 he was deported to a concentration camp in Saxony where he later died cruelly at the age of 37 or

1930's Germany | Margit Anna and Imre Ámos, Her Husband (1907~1944/45) | He  was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

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1934 AT THE WELL, Imre Ámos (1907~1944/45) | He was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

Hand painted reproduction of the painting At the Well 1934 by Imre Amos. Commission your beautiful hand painted reproduction of At the Well

1943 Self-Portrait on the Bier by Imre Ámos (1907~1944/1945) | Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Imre Amos - 1943 Self-Portrait on the Bier (Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest) Oil on canvas; 60 x 80 cm.

Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991

Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991

1944 Couple in Front of a Wire Fence by Imre Ámos (1907~1944/1945) | Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

Amos, Imre - 1944 Couple in Front of a Wire Fence (Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest)

Dark Times VII, Imre Ámos (1907~1944/45) | He was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

Dark Times VII, Imre Ámos (1907~1944/45) | He was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

1942 Love: Margit Anna and Imre Ámos, Her Husband (aka Sympathy) | Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991

Margit Anna Hungarian), Sympathy, Tempera on paper mounted on canvas, 70 x 58 cm, Private collection.

1941 Sötét idők VIII by Imre Ámos (1907~1944/45) | He was elected to be a member of the New Society of Artists, and spent his summers in Szentendre and worked there. He visited Paris in 1937 where he met Chagall. Ámos became a member of the National Salon in 1938. In 1940 he was taken to labour camp in Vojvodina, then to the battle field in the east, and in 1944 he was deported to Germany, where he died, probably in a concentration camp in Saxony...

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Anna Margit, born Margit Sichermann (1913~1991)

Anna Margit, born Margit Sichermann (1913~1991)

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