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Lee Krasner: A Retrospective - Rose, Barbara; Krasner, Lee; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N. Y.); Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [Corporate Author]
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Lee Krasner: A Retrospective - Paperback

1983, ISBN: 9780870704154

ID: 13257251

Moscow, USSR: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1960. 14 x 22 cm. Soviet view of the history of Russia and the Soviet Union. Includes chronology, ending with 1959 visit of Khrushchev to U.S. and speech before United Nations General Assembly. Soviet propaganda. Includes about 12 maps and graphic illustrations in packet. Photos in book are low-quality large screen; type face is typical Soviet English-language type. Green cloth on board, very good. Illustrations furnished in separate packet with U.S. Department of Justice disclaimer. Dustjacket frayed, worn, poor. . Catalogs: History/USSR., Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1960, Museum of Modern Art, 1983-11-01. Paperback. Very Good. Museum of Modern Art [Published date: 1983]. Soft cover, 184 pp. No other printings listed. Includes 139 black and white and 33 color illustrations. In very good condition. Glossy illustrated Soft covers have light bumping to edges and Light overall scuffing. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. [From back cover] Lee Krasner, born in Brooklyn of Russian emigre parentsin 1908, began to paint seriously while still in her teens.For more than half a century she has worked at her art with intensity, intellect, and discipline. Always innovative, always independent and outspoken, she has not feared going against the grain of academic or vanguard ideas and ideals. Eleven years of marriage to Jackson Pollock resuited in her own career being overshadowed, but she has now achieved recognition for her role as a seminal first generation Abstract Expressionist.In this retrospective catalog, enhanced by an extensive chronology and bibliography, Barbara Rose follows complex threads in the life of a painter who calls all of her work "autobiography": early studies at Cooper Union and the National Academy of Design and with Hans Hofmann;Depression jobs with the WPA Federal Art Project; involvement in the turbulent New York art scene of the 1940s and 1950s; the years with Pollock and the trauma of his early death; growth and self-realization during the succeeding twenty-seven years.Krasner never stood still. "It can be argued," saysRose, "that hers is the greatest critical eye of her generation"-for herself, as well as for others. It is no easy taskto trace the development of an artist who constantly edited and reinvented her own work, destroying earlier paintings or literally ripping them apart and reassembling the pieces. This book seeks the continuity of spirit behind such abrupt stylistic ruptures as punctuate Krasner's careerand describes "a life lived richly, organically, authentically, and bravely, expressed in an art one could describe in the same manner., Museum of Modern Art, 1983-11-01

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Rose, Barbara; Krasner, Lee; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N. Y.); Museum of Fine Arts, Houston [Corporate Author]:

Lee Krasner: A Retrospective - Paperback

1983, ISBN: 087070415X

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[EAN: 9780870704154], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Museum of Modern Art], ART, SHARP ESTATE, Art|General, Museum of Modern Art [Published date: 1983]. Soft cover, 184 pp. No other printings listed. Includes 139 black and white and 33 color illustrations. In very good condition. Glossy illustrated Soft covers have light bumping to edges and Light overall scuffing. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. [From back cover] Lee Krasner, born in Brooklyn of Russian emigre parentsin 1908, began to paint seriously while still in her teens.For more than half a century she has worked at her art with intensity, intellect, and discipline. Always innovative, always independent and outspoken, she has not feared going against the grain of academic or vanguard ideas and ideals. Eleven years of marriage to Jackson Pollock resuited in her own career being overshadowed, but she has now achieved recognition for her role as a seminal first generation Abstract Expressionist.In this retrospective catalog, enhanced by an extensive chronology and bibliography, Barbara Rose follows complex threads in the life of a painter who calls all of her work "autobiography": early studies at Cooper Union and the National Academy of Design and with Hans Hofmann;Depression jobs with the WPA Federal Art Project; involvement in the turbulent New York art scene of the 1940s and 1950s; the years with Pollock and the trauma of his early death; growth and self-realization during the succeeding twenty-seven years.Krasner never stood still. "It can be argued," saysRose, "that hers is the greatest critical eye of her generation"-for herself, as well as for others. It is no easy taskto trace the development of an artist who constantly edited and reinvented her own work, destroying earlier paintings or literally ripping them apart and reassembling the pieces. This book seeks the continuity of spirit behind such abrupt stylistic ruptures as punctuate Krasner's careerand describes "a life lived richly, organically, authentically, and bravely, expressed in an art one could describe in the same manner."

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[EAN: 9780870704154], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Museum of Modern Art (1983), New York], Art|General, 184 pages. This monograph accompanied the exhibit in Houston and New York. 35 full-page color plates and many other black-and-white images. First edition (first printing). Very good in wrappers (paperback). Spine is sunned. There is a crease to front cover.

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Lee Krasner: A Retrospective
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Barbara Rose, Lee Krasner, N. Y.) Museum of Modern Art (New York, Houston Museum of Fine Arts

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Lee Krasner: A Retrospective

ISBN:

087070415X

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780870704154
ISBN (ISBN-10): 087070415X
Paperback
Publishing year: 1983
Publisher: Museum of Modern Art / Museum of Fine Arts

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ISBN/EAN: 087070415X

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0-87070-415-X, 978-0-87070-415-4

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