(1904 - 2002)
Alice Sternberg Valenstein was active/lived in New York. Alice Valenstein is known for abstract landscape and interior painting.
Alice Sternberg Valenstein was a painter known for her semi-abstract landscapes and interiors done through various medias. Born in February of 1904, Valenstein received the Arthur Wesley Dow Scholarship from Columbia University. She continued her studies at the Vienna Kunst-Akademie, and later with Winold Reiss, Morris Davidson, Manfred Schwartz, Victor Candell, and Leo Manso.
Valenstein had one-artist shows/exhibitions at Alonzo Gallery in New York City; Katonah Gallery in Katonah, New York; Miami Museum of Modern Art; Carus Gallery in New York City; and the Krasner Gallery in New York City among others.
Other exhibitions that have included her work have been held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Moravian College.
Her work is in the collections of various museums including Staten Island Museum.
Valenstein died in her home of 60 years in Scarsdale, NY on December 24, 2002.
Submitted by Michael Dressler,
Senior Registrar & Collections Manager,
Staten Island Museum