Meyer Frank Lieberman
Meyer Frank Lieberman was born in New York City in 1923. He served from 1942 to 1945 in the US Coast Guard during World War II in the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters. Upon discharge he attended the Art Students League in New York City where he studied under Reginald Marsh. Lieberman later studied with Andrew Stasik at Pratt Graphics Center, which was associated with the Pratt Institute and provided a space specifically for printmaking. It was used both by students and established artists, including Jim Dine, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman and Claes Oldenburg. Lieberman had his first one-man show in 1955 at the Jewish Museum in New York City and went on to exhibit in galleries in the United States as well as abroad. From 1964 to 1968 he was an instructor in drawing, painting and composition at the Art Life Craft Studio in Manhattan. He continued to teach after moving to Woodstock in 1978.
Lieberman’s work is in the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of the City of New York, the Jewish Museum of New York, Columbia University, Rare Book & Manuscript Division, Beit HaNassi (President’s Residence) Jerusalem and in many private collections in the United States, Austria, Brazil, Germany, Holland, England and Israel.