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"Three Japanese Ladies 1970 26x19" by Edna Hibel - Framed Portrait in Oil on Silk $3,995
Three Japanese Ladies 1970 26x19 Original Painting by Edna Hibel
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Edna Hibel

"Three Japanese Ladies 1970 26x19"

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Year1970
Hand SignedHand Signed, Lower Right  
Condition Excellent 
Framed without Glass Sculpted Wood Frame 
Purchased fromPrivate Collector 
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LID144407
Edna Hibel - United States

Art Brokerage: Edna Hibel American Artist: b. 1917-2014. Edna Hibel, a painter of sentimental pictures of children, has had a more than 60-year career as painter and lithographer and promoter of peace through exhibitions of her artwork. She was born in 1917 in Boston, Massachusetts. Her parents were Abraham and Lena Hibel, and she was raised in the Boston area and educated at Brookline High School where she met her future husband, Theodore Plotkin. Hibel began to paint when she was nine years old and learned watercolor during summers at the shore where her family vacationed in Maine and Hull, Massachusetts. Edna Hibel was the honored artist in 2009 at the Literacy for Children Foundation, founded by Barbara Bush and has been commissioned to paint for that organization. Hibel studied at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, from 1935-39, receiving a Sturtevant Traveling Fellowship to Mexico. In Boston, in 1966, she began lithography, continuing in 1970 in Zurich, where she still works every year. Edna Hibel has created lithographic works with up to 32 stones (or colors) on paper, silk, wood veneer and porcelain. The latter pieces are called lithographs on porcelain and result from a complicated process, that she keeps a secret, whereby she transfers stone lithographic color separations onto Bavarian hard paste porcelain. Hibel has created the "Arte Ovale" series and various plaques with this technique. She organized the Edna Hibel Museum of Art, in Jupiter, Florida, to display and promote her work and also created a United Nations stamp, "Mother Earth." In 1995, she was commissioned by the Foundation of the U.S. National Archives to commemorate the 75th anniversary of women receiving the universal right to vote. Sadly, Edna passed away on December 5, 2014. Art Brokerage no longer accepts listings for Lithographs. Original and Paintings only. We no longer accept listings for prints.

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