Irving Block 1910-1986


Born in New York City, Irving Block was a painter and muralist who settled in Studio City, California. He earned a B.S. Degree from New York University and also studied at the National Academy of Design and in Paris at Grande Chaumiere.

He exhibited with the California Watercolor Society and was a professor of art in Northridge at California State University. He completed a mural for the American Medical Building for the 1937 World's Fair and also for the United States Treasury Department.

Ferndell | 3.5"x5" etching | 441.16.10
For Dan & Dody | etching | 442.16.10
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