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The work of IRVING STETTNER, filled with the joy of life and a lyrical beauty, appears in many private collections throughout the world, including that of French art critic Stani Chaine, Mrs Kirk Douglas and the late Henry Miller who said of Stettner’s watercolors : “ you are far more interesting than a Braque or Picasso, believe me !”

Brooklyn-born, internationally known, Irving Stettner has particularly captured the imagination of the French et Japanese who have shown his work frequently, and praised it widely in reviews. His recent exhibitions include : gallery Capacity, Tokyo ; Takeya Gallery, Kamakura, Japan and cape Sud Gallery, Lyon, France.

A former expatriate, who lived many years in France, Stettner has travelled the world and spent time in Eastern Europe, Morocco, the Far East and Mexico. He now resides in a small town in the kanto plain of Central Japan.

A writer and poet as well, Stettner is the editor of Stroker, an avant-garde Poem-Prose-Art review which has appeared since 1974 : it has the distinction of being only magazine in America which Henry Miller contributed to last two-and-a half years of his life.

His published books include : Hurrah ! (collected poems), Footloose, Beggars in Paradise, Thumbing down to the Riviera and Adventures of a 2nd Avenue Patroller;

Born in Brooklyn, New York, 1922.

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