Morton D. Levin Biography

Morton D. Levin




San Francisco-based artist Morton Levin was born in New ork on October 7, 1923. A printmaker and painter, Levin studied in France under Andre Lohte, Ossip Zadkine, and Stanley William Hayter. He attended the Pratt Institute in New York City where he studied lithography. He received his BS in art at CUNY. He continues to work and exhibit in the San Francisco Bay Area.

New Britain Museum of American Art, CT
Yale University Art Gallery, CT
Smithsonian Institution., DC
Rochester Institute of Technology., NY
National Library of Medicine, MD
Library of Congress, DC
New York Public Library
Crocker Art Museum, CA
Milwaukee Art Museum, WI
National Gallery of Art, DC
San Francisco Fine Arts Museums -DeYoung, CA
Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

Mural, Stained Glass, L Natali Inc.'79.

EXHIBITS: Ann Nat of Prints; Lib Cong; Ann of Water & Prints Exhib, PA Acad Fine Arts; Salon de Mai; Mus D'Art Mod, Paris; Biennal, Pallazzo del Acad, Genoa, Italy; Galerie Breteau, France; Winston Gallery, SF, CA.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Founder, Director and Instructor of printmaking and painting, Morton Levin Graphic Arts Workshop, SF, CA 72-91.

AWARDS: Hon. Mention, 21st Ann Northwest Prntmakers, Seattle Art Mus, 49; Bryan Mem Prize, The Villager travel exhib, New York, 64; Third Prize, Washington Sq Art Exhib Inc, 64.
Author: A Fantasy of Beasts Revealed in Great Art