Berlin-born American Arnold Wiltz was a modernist painter whose stylized landscape paintings created a dream-like quality that seemed to combine both Precisionism and Surrealism. Wiltz painted eerily clear, cool landscapes and buildings, and industrial scenes and was a member of the Woodstock art colony from 1923 until his premature death in 1937 in New York. Wiltz was married to artist Eva Madeline Shiff, and their granddaughter Linda Wiltz also became a artist.
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