Emanuel Schary, American (1924 - )

Emanuel Schary, renowned for his ability to capture people in revealingly human and touching moments, make his works prized for their simple beauty, tenderness and charm.
A master of human realism and a foremost artist depicting both Jewish and everyday life in America, Schary's work is characterized by a love of humanity and observation, giving his work the unique visual signature, making it "a Schary."

Emanuel Schary grew up in Israel, an experience that has rewarded him with a rich repository of indelible images and emotions, which he repeatedly draws on and are an intrinsic ingredient in the Schary oeuvre.

Schary came to the United States to complete his studies in fine art, where he developed an immediate and irrevocable love of the color, life and earthiness of his two favorite New Yorks-the old and the new.

Emanuel Schary's paintings, pastels, limited edition original lithographs and serigraphs are in important private and museum collections both in the United States and abroad.

Permanent Collections:

Smithsonian National Fine Art Collection, Washington, D.C
Metropolitan Museum of Fine Art, New York
Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy
The Brooklyn Museum, New York
Jewish Museum, New York
Spertus Museum, Chicago, Illinois
Madison Art Museum, Wisconsin
Fleming Museum, Vermont
Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming
B'Nai Brith Museum, Laramie, Wyoming
Museum of Israel, Jerusalem
The Museum of Haifa
The Building of the Chief Rabbinate, Jerusalem
The Mayer of Jerusalem, T. Kollek
Ephraim Katzir
Prime Minister Begin of Israel
Embassador to the U.N., Yehuda Blum
Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Tel Aviv University
Bar Ilan University
New Britain Museum of American At
Indian Museum of American Art
Georgia Museum of Art
Hofstra University Museum
Boston Public Library
New York Public Library
Newark Public Library
University of Arizona Art Museum
Kansas City Art Institute



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