(1914 - 2003)
Edith Montlack was active/lived in New York. Edith Montlack is known for city views, city genre and floral motif painting.
Biography Edith Montlack
Edith Montlack (1914-2003)
Born 1914 in New York City, Edith Montlack was awarded a scholarship to the Metropolitan Art School and continued her studies at the National Academy in NY under Louis Bouche in addition to taking private studies in the US and abroad.
Her paintings have won many prizes, including the Emil Kohn Medal, the St. Gauden's Medal and the Grumbacher Award. Miss Montlack also won the National Association of Women Artists' prize for watercolors at that organization's 50th anniversary exhibition. She was elected a Life-Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of London, an international society of men and women distinguished in the arts.
Miss Montlack has exhibited at the National Academy
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