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Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
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Hallelujah

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Ben Shahn

Ben Shahn

$2,500

Lithuanian/American (1898–1969)

  • Date: 1970-71
  • Book of 24 Lithographs, each signed in the plate
  • Edition of 240
  • Image Size: 16 x 16.5 inches
  • Size: 18 x 19 x 2.5 in. (45.72 x 48.26 x 6.35 cm)

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about Hallelujah

The Hallelelujah Portfolio by Ben Shahn Illustrating the 150th Psalm from the Old Testament of the Holy Bible.

Including an introduction by Bernarda Bryson Shahn and with a letter from Fernand Mourlot. Contains 24 prints in original portfolio case, cover sheets, text and colophon. Artist: Ben Shahn, American (1898 - 1969) Title: The Hallelujah Portfolio Year: 1970-71 Medium: 24 Lithographs Bound as issued Edition: 240 Sheet: 16 x 16.5 inches Portfolio Size: 18 x 19 x 2.5 in. (45.72 x 48.26 x 6.35 cm) Printer: Atelier Mourlot, New York Published by Kennedy Graphics, New York

Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
Hallelujah Lithograph | Ben Shahn
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About The Artist: Ben Shahn

Born in Kovno, Lithuania to an orthodox Jewish family, Ben Shahn became one of America's leading Social-Realist painters. He settled with his family in Brooklyn, New York, and had an apprenticeship with a lithographer while taking evening classes in drawing. In 1929, he shared a studio with photographer Walker Evans and in 1930 at the Downtown Gallery had his first one-man exhibition. Until 1930, Shahn did lithography work and attended New York...

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About The Medium: Lithograph

A print created using flat stones or metal plates. The artist creates a lithograph by drawing an image directly onto the printing element using materials like lithograph crayons or special grease pencils. After this, the drawing is transferred from the plate to the paper in multiples. A lithograph will not have dots when examined with a magnifying glass.

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Hallelujah

Ben Shahn

1970-71

Hallelujah

Ben Shahn

1970-71

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