Lee Krasner – The Unacknowledged Equal
126 pages, 18.5 x 23 cm , 556 g.
Lee Krasner – The Unacknowledged Equal
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In "Lee Krasner: The Unacknowledged Equal," published by the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, critic and scholar Carter Ratcliff investigates Krasner's life and practice from her early days as Hans Hofmann's student to the production of her late masterworks.

Through meticulous research and careful analysis, Ratcliff provides detailed insight into the evolution of Krasner's work, worldview, and relationship with Jackson Pollock-definitively bringing her out of Pollock's shadow. Ratcliff goes beyond giving Krasner her rightful due, he sheds new light on her accomplishments and argues that Krasner was as much the inventor of "allover" painting as Pollock.
EditorCarter Ratcliff
PublisherPollock-Krasner Foundation
Article IDart-59173


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