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lower center: Lee Krasner '76

Provenance

(Pace Gallery); purchased 1977 by Eugene Thaw; gift 1991 of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thaw to the NGA.[1]

Exhibition History
1977
Lee Krasner: Eleven Ways to Use the Words to See, The Pace Gallery, New York, 1977, unnumbered catalogue, repro.
1983
Lee Krasner: A Retrospective, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Chrysler Museum, Norfolk; Phoenix Art Museum; Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1983-1985, fig. 152.
1986
Lee Krasner Collages, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, 1986, unnumbered catalogue, repro. (unpublished checklist, no. 14).
1991
Art for the Nation: Gifts in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1991, unnumbered catalogue, color repro.
1999
Lee Krasner, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Des Moines Art Center; Akron Art Museum; Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1999-2001, pl. 91.
Bibliography
1977
Cavaliere, Barbara. "Lee Krasner." Arts Magazine 51 (April 1977): 26.
1977
Kusp, Donald B. "Lee Krasner at Pace." Art in America 65 (November-December 1977): 136.
1977
Prown, Jules David, and Barbara Rose. American Painting From the Colonial Period to the Present. New York, 1977: 248, repro. 249 (same text as Rose 1980).
1977
Rose, Barbara. "Lee Krasner and the Origins of Abstract Expressionism." Arts Magazine 51 (February 1977): repro. on cover.
1980
Rose, Barbara. American Painting: The Twentieth Century. New York, 1980: 130, repro. 131 (same text as Prown and Rose 1977).
1984
Vetrocq, Marcia E. "An Independent Tack: Lee Krasner." Art in America 72 (May 1984): repro. 145.
1991
Art for the Nation: Gifts in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art. Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1991: 454-455, color repro.
1996
Wagner, Anne Middleton. Three Artists (Three Women): Modernism and the Art of Hesse, Krasner, and O’Keeffe. Berkeley, 1996: color pl. 19.