Beginning as a painter, by the mid-1920s, [Glankoff] had chosen the woodcut as his preferred medium....Always intensely private, he developed a personal symbolic language that suggests meaning without ever revealing it fully....Glankoff's art is rooted in decades of essentially solitary experimentation and development, [allowing him] to move well beyond the conventional limits of the woodcut medium.

Robert Conway

Re-arranging Short Dreams

A 1982 documentary about Sam Glankoff by Wendy Snyder and Seth Schneidman