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Artist, innovator, poet, musician, Nissan Engel is born in Israel in 1931. Engel studies to the Bezalel Beaux-Arts in Jerusalem. He settles down in Paris in middle of the 50’s. There, he paints while attending several academies that allow him to assert his art (drawing and designing costumes for the theater). Later, he gets a scenographer degree from the East Drama Center in Strasbourg. He . . .
Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)Non réalisé à ce jour All the "catalogues raisonnés"
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to read about the artist :
- « Nissan Engel », K. Winn, Palo Alto Weekly, September 11, 1980
- « Nissan Engel », V. Forbes, Nahan Galleries, NY 1990
- « Nissan Engel », M. M. Johnson, Nouvelles Dimensions, 1994
- « Nissan Engel », D. Baremboïm, Restany et autres, Fragments ed., 1998
To read from the artist :
- « A portée de mots », interview F. Castang et M. Mony, France Musique, 04/2007
Stamp by Nissan Engel
The publication of a postal stamp is often a homage paid by a nation to a place, an event, a remarkable cause or a character which count. The painters and other artists do not escape from this rule. Some are however "forgotten" of postal art. Here, gathered below (French or foreign), emitted stamps (206) or simple studies of stamp (224) in homage to the artists represented on our website. The first French stamp was emitted in 1849, England preceded us by ten years. There is often a share of voyage in this small form of shape paper. The stamp circulates, sails, flies away, it makes dream, then dream a little. M.C.
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