Lot 124
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Lee Krasner

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25,000 - 35,000 USD
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Description

  • Lee Krasner
  • Nude Study from Life
  • signed and dated '39
  • charcoal on paper
  • 25 by 19 in. 63.5 by 48.3 cm.

Provenance

Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York
Marlborough Gallery, Inc., New York
Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Acquired by the present owner from the above in April 1985

Exhibited

Waltham, Brandeis University, Rose Art Museum, Lee Krasner: Collages and Works on Paper, 1933-1974, September - October 1975
East Hampton, Guild Hall Museum, Krasner/Pollock: A Working Relationship, August - October 1981
New York, New York University, Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, Krasner/Pollock: A Working Relationship, November - December 1981, no. 29
Houston, The Museum of Fine Arts; San Francisco Museum of Fine Art; Norfolk, Chrysler Museum; Phoenix Art Museum; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Lee Krasner: A Retrospective, November 1983 - February 1985, no. CVIII, fig. 12, pp. 20-21, illustrated and included in the The Museum of Fine Arts Houston Education Supplement, Lee Krasner: The Education of an American Artist, fig. 7 (all venues except The Museum of Modern Art)
New York, Robert Miller Gallery, Charcoal Drawings from 1938-1940, March 1985

Literature

Barbara Rose, "Lee Krasner and the Origins of Abstract Expressionism," Arts Magazine, February 1977, fig. 3, p. 97, illustrated
"Abstract Comparison," Newsday, August 7, 1981, Sec. II, p. 1, illustrated
Paul Branch, "Tandem Paint," Art in America, March 1982, p. 92, illustrated
Ellen G. Landau, Lee Krasner: A Catalogue Raisonné, New York, 1995, no. 63, pp. 47-48, illustrated
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