Breaking away: determined to be an artist, 1922-25
Art school: Cooper union, 1926-28
National Academy and first love, 1928-32
Enduring the great depression, 1932-36
From politics to modernism, 1936-39
Solace in abstraction, 1940-41
A new attachment: life with Pollock, 1942-43
Copying with Peggy Guggenheim, 1943-45
Coming together: marriage and springs, 1945-47
Triumphs and challenges, 1948-50
First solo show, 1951-52
Coming apart, 1953-56
Dual identities: artist and widow, 1956-59
A new alliance, 1959-64
The feminist decade, 1970-79
From Library Staff
LEE KRASNER, best known as Jackson Pollock's wife, reveals a woman who was a firebrand and trailblazer for women's rights, who also led a fascinating life, and who is finally now being recognized as one of the 20th century's modernist masters.
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