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Josef Herman (1911-2000)

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Embrace - click to enlarge
 

Embrace
Josef Herman

Screenprint

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99

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Article One gallery, London, UK

+44 (0) 780 125 7777

info@articleonegallery.com

Four Fisherwomen - click to enlarge
 

Four Fisherwomen
Josef Herman

Lithograph

Signed

100

£325.00

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DOMINIC KEMP MODERN BRITISH PRINTS, London, UK

+44 (0) 20 8690 9658

dominickempmbp@gmail.com

Homme et Femme - click to enlarge
 

Homme et Femme
Josef Herman

Screenprint

Signed

99

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Article One gallery, London, UK

+44 (0) 780 125 7777

info@articleonegallery.com

Horse Riders - click to enlarge
 

Horse Riders
Josef Herman

Lithograph

Signed

60/150

£450.00

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Aberfeldy Watermill Art Gallery, Aberfeldy, Scotland

01887 822 896

gallery@aberfeldywatermill.com

Seated Woman - click to enlarge
 

Seated Woman
Josef Herman

Screenprint

Signed

99

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Article One gallery, London, UK

+44 (0) 780 125 7777

info@articleonegallery.com

The First Star - click to enlarge
 

The First Star
Josef Herman

Lithograph

Signed

100

£350.00

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Cambridge Book and Print Gallery, Cambridge, UK

+0044 (0)1223 694264

Cambridgeprints@aol.com

Three Figures - click to enlarge
 

Three Figures
Josef Herman

Screenprint

Signed

99

P.O.A

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Article One gallery, London, UK

+44 (0) 780 125 7777

info@articleonegallery.com

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Biography

Born in 1911 in Warsaw, Poland Josef Herman studied at the Warsaw School of Art for 18 months before dropping out to become a freelance graphic designer. He moved to Brussels following the Nazi invasion of Poland and then to Britain. Whilst in Britain, Josef Herman lived in London, Glasgow and South Wales, setting up a studio in the mining village of Ystradgynlais, where he lived and worked for over a decade.
Herman is best known for his depiction of working life, whether it be miners, farm labourers or women washing, but he also produced still lifes and landscapes.
Herman was awarded an O.B.E in 1981 and in 1990 he was elected to the Royal Academy. Josef Herman died in 2000.

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