Born in New York City, Linda Schrank earned her BA in Art History from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, an MA from the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture at New York University, and she studied Painting at Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, Italy. She lives and works in New York City and Tuscany.
Schrank has exhibited nationally and internationally at institutions including Spazio E_EMME in Sardinia; The Piero Della Francesca Foundation in Sansepolcro, Italy; Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art in New York City; Kidder Smith Gallery in Boston; Columbia University in New York City; Brown University in Providence, RI; Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey; the Etruscan Museum in Cortona, Italy; and Gallery Spazio Imago in Arezzo, Italy.
Her work is included in major private, corporate and public collections, such as the Brooklyn Museum in New York; Museum of Fine Arts in Boston; Houghton Library at Harvard University in Connecticut; Library of Congress in Washington, DC; Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Museum of Ceramics in Torgiano, Italy; The Regional Ceramics Museum of Deruta, Italy; Pratt Institute in New York; American University in Washington, DC; The International Museum of the Woman in Art in Abruzzo, Italy; The New York Public Library; the University of Houston; and the University of Iowa.
She has taught at the Pratt Institute in Graduate Fine Arts, Pratt in Tuscany Program, Parsons School of Design, Parsons in Italy Program, Pratt in Italy Program, and the Brooklyn Museum Art School.