Works on Paper:

Arnold Bittleman Drawing Collection

Our collection consists of over 15 drawings and prints created by Arnold Bittleman, a member of the Union College Faculty from 1966-1984 and founder of the Union College Studio Arts program. During his time at Union College, Bittleman taught drawing, painting, design, color theory, photography, and printmaking. In addition, he created event posters, designed and advised The Union Book, and organized concerts, film series, and lectures.

Bittleman’s own work was exhibited widely and regularly at numerous venues, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. He was educated at Yale University and studied under internationally known artist, Josef Albers.

For more information about Arnold Bittleman: Coming soon…

All images © Sarah and Delores Bittleman.

Arnold Bittleman, Untitled (Abstract Drawing), 1970, graphite on paper, gift of the Schenectady Museum (now MiSci), Union College Permanent Collection, 2008.1.3 UCPC

Arnold Bittleman, Untitled (Abstract Landscape), 1970, graphite on paper, gift of the Schenectady Museum (now MiSci), Union College Permanent Collection, 2008.1.2 UCPC

Arnold Bittleman, Untitled (Tree Limbs with Artist’s Notes), n.d., pen and ink on paper, Union College Permanent Collection, 2007.3 UCPC

Arnold Bittleman, Rondo, 1963-64, charcoal and pastel on paper, gift of the artist in memory of Eli Bodie Enzer, class of 1960, Union College Permanent Collection

Arnold Bittleman, Untitled (Thicket), 1970, graphite on paper, gift of the Schenectady Museum (now MiSci), Union College Permanent Collection, 2008.1.4 UCPC

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