James Grashow is known for his woodcuts. His prints have appeared regularly in The New York Times and many well-known periodicals and publications throughout the country.
Grashow attended Pratt Institute where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts. On graduation, he was awarded a Fulbright Travel Grant for painting and graphics to Florence, Italy. After a year abroad, he returned to Pratt to receive his Master of Fine Arts. Grashow had his first sculpture show at the Allan Stone Gallery in 1966.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website