Esther Forman Singer

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Esther Forman Singer
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Born (1923-10-14) October 14, 1923 (age 99)
New York City, NY, USA
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materNew York University
  • Artist
  • Sculptor
  • Writer
  • Art critic

Esther Forman Singer (October 14, 1923) is an American artist, sculptor, writer and art critic.


Born in New York City, she earned her bachelor’s degree from New York University, studying art and writing.[1]

Artistic work

Her works are "included in such collections as The Hudson River museum, Yonkers, New York: The New Jersey State museum at Trenton, the Newark Museum, Seton Hall University Museum, plus many other private collections throughout the country.”[2]

She wrote a syndicated art column that in 1973 appeared in 13 New Jersey city and suburban papers, including the Jersey Journal. She also held the position of Art Editor at Suburban Life, serving as art critic, reviewer, and writer for the monthly magazine.[3]

Her feature articles for American Artist Magazine include interviews with or coverage of Louis Lozowick,[4] Stuart Kaufman,[5] and Tully Filmus.[6]


  1. "Footnotes: The Contributors". American Artist: 7. November 1973.
  2. "Footnotes: The Contributors". American Artist: 7. November 1973.
  3. "Footnotes: The Contributors". American Artist: 7. November 1973.
  4. Forman Singer, Esther (November 1973). "Lithography of Louis Lozowick". American Artist: 36.
  5. Forman Singer, Esther (April 1972). "Figure paintings of Stuart Kaufman". American Artist: 44.
  6. Forman Singer, Esther (May 1978). "Chassidic world of Tully Filmus". American Artist: 28-33.

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