(1907 - 2011)
Lillian Fitch Rehbock was active/lived in Washington, Illinois. Lillian Rehbock is known for mod still life painter, blockprinter, educator.
Biography Lillian Rehbock
Lillian Fitch Rehbock (1907-2011)
A painter, printmaker, art educator, and long-time member of the
Women Painters of Washington, Lillian Rehbock moved to Seattle in 1932
and joined the organization that year. She has served as
president and secretary, and living into the 21st century, had work
continuously entered in their exhibitions. She also used
her printmaking skills to create block-print calendars for the
WPW. Her style, influenced by teachers Hans Hofmann and Andre
Lhote, is early modernist with elements of realism and abstraction.
Rehbock was born in Wilmette, Illinois, and from 1920 to 1924, attended New Trier High School in Winnetka. (In
2004, at age 97, she donat
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