This collection consists of Linda Levi's personal and family photographs; prints and images of her artwork; and exhibit announcements
and catalogs related to her group and solo shows. Also included is Levi's resume, newspaper articles, and press releases.
Linda Levi is a Los Angeles-based artist and former teacher who is descended from the Newmarks and Nordlingers— two prominent
Los Angeles pioneer families. Born and raised in Los Angeles, she briefly attended University of California, Berkeley before
receiving her Bachelor and Master of Art from University of California, Los Angeles. Levi studied with Richard Diebenkorn,
Adolph Gottlieb, William Brice, Robert Cremean, James McGarrel, and John Paul Jones. From 1958-1969 Levi taught full and part-time
at several schools until becoming a Professor of Art at Cerritos College, where she retired from in 1998.
0.5 Linear Feet
(1 document box and one binder)
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