Edlich, Stephen

Born 1944, died 1989. An artist who worked in the post-cubist and constructivist traditions, Stephen P. Edlich gained a considerable amount of acclaim in the 1970s and 1980s, when he exhibited at the Marlborough Gallery, for his collages, sculpture, and paintings. His work belongs to several museum collections including the Art Institute of Chicago; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Neuberger Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum; the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. 

-- for Seasons, July 24, 1

-- for Seasons, July 24, 1

Etching on chine collé I: 11.5" x 7" P: 31" x 22.5"

Overture with Cypress Forms, 1982

Overture with Cypress Forms, 1982

Aquatint I: 11.5" x 7" P: 31" x 22.5"

Seasons Landscape I, 1989

Seasons Landscape I, 1989

Aquatint I: 11.5" x 7" P: 31" x 22.5"

Seasons I, Summer IV, 1980

Seasons I, Summer IV, 1980

Etching on chine collé I: 11.5" x 7" P: 31" x 22.25"

February 11, 1982, Spring III, 1981

February 11, 1982, Spring III, 1981

Aquatint I: 11.5" x 7" P: 31" x 22.25"