David L. Rosenthal is active/lives in Alaska. David Rosenthal is known for icy landscape.
David Rosenthal is a regionalist landscape artist of Alaska. Originally a physicist, the self-taught painter became particularly interested in the icy landscapes of the northern latitudes and Antarctica.
He has participated in the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artist and Writer Program as artist-in-residence at the McMurdo Station during the austral summer of 1993-94, and during the austral winter of 1996.
Rosenthal has participated in the efforts of the Artists for Nature Foundation, an organization based in the Netherlands and consisting of artists dedicated to promoting, through their work, the conservation of natural and historical landscapes around the globe. Among their focus sites is the Copper River Delta region of Alaska, where Rosenthal lives in the town of Cordova.
Examples of his work featuring the landscape there are: 'Little Mummy Island', (oil on canvas), and 'Delta from Heney Ridge' (oil on canvas).
His work has been included in the book 'Alaska's Copper River Delta' by Riki Ott.