Hobbs, Robert. LEE KRASNER. Introduction by B.H. Friedman; 224 pp., 93 color and 33 b&w plates. Folio, cloth. New York, Independant Curators International in association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1999.
This volume, published to accompany a touring exhibit, completely re-assesses Krasner's artistic and personal impact on America's post-war art world. Along with her husband, Jackson Pollock, she is credited with founding the New York School of painting, and this critical study examines her contribution to this movement in the larger context of her own complex and original artwork.
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