Large 1980s Abstract Painting "White and Sprinkles" Edith Isaac-Rose

Large 1980s Abstract Painting "White and Sprinkles" Edith Isaac-Rose


Edith Isaac-Rose 
White and Sprinkles 
Acrylic and pastel on paper 
28”x39.5” unframed
Signed in pencil lower right

Very good condition-Minor wear consistent with age and history. Small tears along edges of paper.

Born in Chicago in 1929, and neé Ganansky-Teitelbaum, she graduated from The Art Institute of Chicago in 1951 and moved to New York in 1959 where she lived ever since. Taking as her professional name her parents’ first names, Edith was a prolific artist working first as an abstract expressionist then turning in the 1980s to figurative, political work consisting of drawings, paintings, and embroideries which she called “Daily Rage”.

She had been represented by the Phyllis Kind Gallery and her work is in the Hirshhorn Museum as well as numerous private collections.

Edith, along with her partner of 35 years, Bea Kreloff, (1925-2016), founded Art Workshop International in 1981 where they held art and writing workshops in Assisi, Italy, Monhegan Island, Maine, and Puerto Escondido, Mexico.

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