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Original Hand colored Etching by Amram Ebgi, Slavery to Freedom, LE
The Unframed Size: 21"L x 17"H,
Image Size: 25 1/2" Dia
Artist: Amram Ebgi
Medium: Handcolored Etching.
The condition of Excellent. Please note there are tiny spots of foxing,
No major foxing, all of them in pinpoint size or less as photo showing. .
Signed: Lower right, Ebgi, A.
Edition No. : 29/200
Title : Slavery to Freedom, II.
Date of published: 1985's.
This is wonderful Handcolored Etching work by world known artist Amram Ebgi.
I have purchased in 1989. Kept in the sealed folder last 30 years until today.
It is wonderfully executed etching works with embossed works on all of round subjects, as well as peoples and 10 commandments and others. It never been framed. This too also from my private collection. There are many lithograph edition of same subject, but this is genuine original Hand colored Etching by Ebgi. I will supply COA (certificate of authenticity). Please do not confuse with others. Pleaase also note, since original saran wrapping over the art work from 1989's, my photo showing little lines from photography which are not on art work.
AMRAM EBGI is a master printmaker and sculptor. He has been creating numb of decades for his works with his rich Jewish Heritage. His works are very finely executed as one you see here. This Etching was done after painstaking process. as you can see from Exodus story from the Bible. He is truly an ambassador of arts. His exquisite work commissioned by UNICEF. His works has been exhibited around the world as well as worldwide collectors. Amram Ebgi immigrated to Israel from Morocco under the auspices of Kibbutz Kfar Blum. He received his early art training in Israel at the Tel Chai Institute, the Avni Institute, and the School of Advance Painting in Tel Aviv. As painter and graphic artist, Amram also served as the official state-designer for the Organization Kibbutzim in Israel.
In 1969, Amram came to the United States as a recipient of a scholarship to the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York. At the Pratt Graphic Center, he developed a unique love and interest for the contemporary printmaking. As an eternal optimist, Ebgi prefers to reflect harmony, balance and joy in a simplified. Master Printmaker and Sculptor AMRAM EBGI has been creating beautiful Art for decades, bringing the deeply symbolic and beloved images of his rich Jewish Heritage to a growing legion of adoring fans worldwide! His intricately detailed masterpieces are bursting with the Colors of Life, imbued with a joyous passion that radiates out from every image. EBGI is truly an Ambassador of the Arts, with his exquisite work commissioned by UNICEF; permanently displayed in the Museum Collections of Yale, Princeton and UCLA (just to name a few!); exhibited by museums and collected by avid fans in countries all around the world.