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by Christina Mossaides (Curated by) Krasner Lee; Strassfield
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Strassfield, Christina Mossaides. Lee Krasner: The Nature of the Body-Works from 1933 to 1984. East Hampton: Guild Hall Museum, 1995.
the nature of the body : works from 1933 to 1984. Includes bibliographical references. by Krasner, Lee. Published 1995 by Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton, . Painting, Abstract, Abstract expressionism, Exhibitions, Abstract Painting, Interviews, Painting, Modern, Painters, Modern Painting, Drawing, Internet Archive Wishlist. Lee Krasner (1908-), Lee Krasner (1908-1984). 1 v. (unpaged) : ID Numbers.
Lenore "Lee" Krasner (October 27, 1908 – June 19, 1984) was an American abstract expressionist painter, with a strong speciality in collage, who was married to Jackson Pollock. This somewhat overshadowed her contribution at the time, though there was much cross-pollination between their two styles. Krasner’s training, influenced by George Bridgman and Hans Hofmann, was the more formalized, especially in the depiction of human anatomy, and this enriched Pollock’s more intuitive and unstructured output.
Estate of Lee Krasner Robert Miller Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by the present owner, 1986. Mexico City, embassy of the United States, Art in Embassies, organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, February 1968-August 1969. Peoria, Lakewood Center for the Arts and Sciences, American Women: 20th Century, September-October 1972, p. 51, no. 46 (illustrated). Corcoran Gallery of Art; University Park, Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University; Waltham, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Lee Krasner: Collages and Works on Paper 1933-1974, January-October 1975, p. 17, no. 44.
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While this book examines the work of Krasner and Lewis, it is important because it investigates why these two artists are generally overlooked by the public . Lee Krasner: The Nature of the Body- Works from 1933 to 1984".
While this book examines the work of Krasner and Lewis, it is important because it investigates why these two artists are generally overlooked by the public when discussing abstract expressionism. It provides an in-depth analysis of Krasner's 'little images' that she created from around 1946 to 1949. KrasnerPollock: A Working Relationship". New York: Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, 1981. Outlines important information about Krasner's career.
Lee Krasner epitomized the latter. Lee Krasner - The Sun Woman II, 1958, part of the Earth Green Series. To describe typical Lee Krasner paintings would be impossible, because her work was never typical. Multiple times over the course of her career Krasner completely redirected her approach to painting. Inspired by Pollock she exuberantly pursued a quest to connect with her authentic, unconscious self, and to express her emotions on the canvas. Lee Krasner - Mosaic Collage, 1939.
By the end of the 1950s, Krasner's emotional turmoil confined her to work only at night under artificial light.
This book focuses on the iconic Umber Paintings of Lee Krasner (1908-84), which consist of only 24 paintings. Painted between 1959 and 1962, the Umber Paintings were realized during one of Krasner's most ambitious periods of cproduction following the sudden and tragic loss of her husband, Jackson Pollock. By the end of the 1950s, Krasner's emotional turmoil confined her to work only at night under artificial light.
Lee Krasner’s huge contribution to abstract expressionism was overshadowed for years by her husband . Brought to you by the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. 04. FEMALES at WORK 1840-1965.
Lee Krasner’s huge contribution to abstract expressionism was overshadowed for years by her husband, Jackson Pollock’s work. Finally she is in the spotlight.
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Publisher: Guild Hall Museum (1985)