Born in Mt Sterling, KY on June 26, 1906. At an early age Glick moved with his family to West Virginia where he grew up and attended high school. Following graduation from Syracuse University, Glick moved to California in 1929. After establishing an electric supply company in Long Beach, he became interested in art and was active there with the Spectrum Club. He studied and painted with Donna Schuster for several years. His oils include landscapes, harbor scenes, and portraits. His later works were mostly of children at play, size 38" x 40". Glick continued to paint at his home in Santa Ana, CA until his demise on Feb. 13, 1990.
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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