Judith Rothchild


Judith Rothchild

Judith Rothchild is an American born artist, having grown up in Boston, Massachusett. She now lives in the Languedoc region of France where she has been producing beautifully rendered individual mezzotints and illustrated books since 1996. 

Her work has been exhibited at more than thirty solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, and is in numerous public collections. Rothchild attended Sarah Lawrence College before completing her artistic degree at the Rhode Island School of Design. She then moved to Europe in 1974 and continued her training at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna. Since that time she has continued her work in both pastels and printmaking, as well as working collaboratively on artists books.

A partial list of public collections with Judith Rothchild mezzotints include:

The Ashmoleon Museum, Oxford, England
The Musee Fabre, Montpellier, France
The Museum of Bedarieux
Imperial College, London
Paintings in Hospitals in Scotland and London
Harvard University
Smith College
The New York Public Library
The Bibliotheque Nationale de France
The public libraries of Albi, Bordeaux

Photo courtesy of Kim Munson