(1902 - 1965)
Irving Levow was active/lived in New York. Irving Levow is known for figure-sport, portrait, landscape.
Biography Irving Levow
The following is from Barbara Levow:
Irving Levow was my uncle. He was born and raised on the the Lower East Side of New York City and was one of five children---Ruth, Julia, Henry and unknown. His father was a barber who died in the 1918 flu epidemic, and his
mother, Lillian, ran a fruit store on East 8th Street and Ave B. He was what you
would call a street kid hanging out in Buck's Pool Hall and, in the 1920's
riding a motorcycle.
He then moved to Bryant Avenue in the Bronx in the 1940's. In the 1950's he
and his wife, Francis, bought a house in New Rochelle.
He was a close friend of Harry Wickey and a member of the "Charcoal Club"
and also painted in the style of the Hudson River School.