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Helen Frankenthaler

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  • It was sad to see so many great painters pass away -- from under-known artists Gabriel Laderman, Pat Passlof, Hedda Sterne, George Tooker, and John Hoyland to internationally renowned painters Cy Twombly, Lucian Freud, and Helen Frankenthaler.

    Brett Baker: Painters' Table: 21 Great Painting Posts from 2011

  • Yet thanks in large part to the efforts and influence of Clement Greenberg, Helen Frankenthaler became a one-hit wonder: Mountains and Sea today hangs in Washington's National Gallery, and serves as the single minor masterpiece that signifies Frankenthaler's place in art history.

    David Galenson: Helen Frankenthaler as a One-Hit Wonder

  • After a well-received spring 2012 collection of easy separates and pretty dresses in wonderful sorbet colors and painterly prints that recall the watercolors of Helen Frankenthaler, the fashion designer Lela Rose talks about being a mother, owning an ice cream store and playing a competitive round of Scrabble every now and then.

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Designer Lela Rose

  • It was sad to see so many great painters pass away -- from under-known artists Gabriel Laderman, Pat Passlof, Hedda Sterne, George Tooker, and John Hoyland to internationally renowned painters Cy Twombly, Lucian Freud, and Helen Frankenthaler.

    Brett Baker: Painters' Table: 21 Great Painting Posts from 2011

  • After a well-received spring 2012 collection of easy separates and pretty dresses in wonderful sorbet colors and painterly prints that recall the watercolors of Helen Frankenthaler, the fashion designer Lela Rose talks about being a mother, owning an ice cream store and playing a competitive round of Scrabble every now and then.

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Designer Lela Rose

  • After a well-received spring 2012 collection of easy separates and pretty dresses in wonderful sorbet colors and painterly prints that recall the watercolors of Helen Frankenthaler, the fashion designer Lela Rose talks about being a mother, owning an ice cream store and playing a competitive round of Scrabble every now and then.

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Designer Lela Rose

  • The Clement Greenberg Collection, on display in Portland since 2001, consists of 155 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by five dozen of the critic's favorite artists, among them Mr. Pollock, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and David Smith.

    How Two Great Critics Compromised Their Posthumous Reputations

  • Helen Frankenthaler b. 1928, employing gestural brushstrokes, bold color shapes and shimmering washes, is considered to be a bridge between Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting.

    Going From the Abstract to the Sort-Of Concrete

  • Ms. Albers sees this aggressiveness as Mitchell's challenge to the sexism of the 1950s New York art world in which she, along with Helen Frankenthaler and Grace Hartigan, was striving to establish herself as an artist to be reckoned with.

    A Fiercely Gifted Artist

  • After a well-received spring 2012 collection of easy separates and pretty dresses in wonderful sorbet colors and painterly prints that recall the watercolors of Helen Frankenthaler, the fashion designer Lela Rose talks about being a mother, owning an ice cream store and playing a competitive round of Scrabble every now and then.

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Designer Lela Rose

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