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Mountains and Sea

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Description: Cézanne’s Gravity
~I end with an epilogue concerning two linked figures, Clement Greenberg and Helen Frankenthaler, who offer alternative understandings and represent alternative after-lives of Cézanne’s life of painting. I start my ending in 1952,...
PublisherYale University Press
Related print edition pages: pp.211-235
Description: Women of Abstract Expressionism
Elaine de Kooning’s description of process speaks to critic Harold Rosenberg’s legendary account of Abstract Expressionist painting: its genesis comes from an “event” and is a “result of this...
PublisherYale University Press
Related print edition pages: pp.10-21
Description: Robert Motherwell: Paintings and Collages (A Catalogue Raisonné,...
IN 1958 MOTHERWELL MARRIED HELEN FRANKENTHALER, WHO WOULD HAVE AN ENORMOUS EFFECT on his painting. They had begun to see each other in late 1957, just after he separated from Betty Little. Frankenthaler, though not yet thirty, was already one of the more highly regarded young American painters. She was also a quintessential New Yorker, the well-connected daughter of New York State Supreme...
PublisherYale University Press

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