|From artist supplied biography|
Ann Mittleman began her artistic career as a a sculptor, studying
with Robert Laurent. She soon turned to painting and has studied
with Tschacbasov, Philip Evergood and Lewis Daniel. Extensive
travel has taken her to all parts of the world, but New York and New
York City, in Rockland County, have remained her homes and most
stimulated her work. She has had seven one-woman shows, beside a
traveling museum show for 29 months. She has exhibited in many
group shows, including the Whitney Museum, and in museums in Berlin,
Germany and Tokyo. She has had her work in the lending service of the
Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
Her work is part of the permanent collection of 22 museums in the United States and 2 in Israel.
is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, besides other
organizations,is also included in Who's Who in American Art, and Who's
Who in American Women.
She has been included in the Modern Museum Lending Library, and is in the permanent collection of the following museums :
College Museum in Northampton, MA; Seattle Museum; Miami Museum; Jewish
Museum; Birmingham Museum; Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA; University
of Illinois Museum; Zanesville Art Institute in Ohio; Art Association
of Richmond; Hickory Museum in North Carolina; Florence Museum of Art
in North Carolina; Isaac Delgado Museum of Art in Louisiana; New York
University Museum; Evansville Museum in Indiana; Lowe Art Gallery in
Coral Gables, Florida; Tweed Gallery at Uiversity of Minnesota;
University of Georgia; Sholem Asch Museum in Bat Yam, Israel; Safed
Museum in Israel; Sheldon Swope Museum in Terre Haute, Indiana; Witte
Museum in San Antonio; The Menninger Foundation and Art Museum in
Topeka, KS; Queens College Museum; Norfolk Museum.
included in the "Archives of American Art" and has recently been
elected a "Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts" in London.