Ahmed Amrani was born in Tetouan in 1942. He initially studied at the Art School of Tetouan, before leaving for Spain where he registered in the Fine Arts School Santa Isabel de Hungria in Seville. One year later, he registered at the Fine Art and Architecture school of San Fernando of Madrid where he received an art degree in 1965. Ahmed Amrani also graduated from the Graphic Arts School of Madrid.
Ahmed Amrani is a historical painter. His work was first exhibited in Tetouan in 1957 during a collective show at the sides of Mariano Bertuchi, Saad Ben Cheffaj, Mohamed Serghini and Meki Megara: Great collective exposure hispano-Morrocan of paintings and sculptures. Since then, Ahmed continued a career entirely turned towards the country where he was formed: Spain. He is represented by three galleries, included Spanish collections, and each one of his exhibitions is a great success.
Ahmed Amrani is a mature artist who developed a language based on collage of paper and relief of the colors. Mankind, and particularly the couple, is the favorite subject of his work.
Ahmed Amrani currently lives in Tetouan.