Abstract expressionist painter who often disassembled her paintings and re-arranged their parts into collages. She went to The Cooper Union as well as the Country wide Academy of Style and later had taken classes with Hans Hofmann. She was utilized by the WPA Government Art Task from 1935 until 1943. She was portrayed by Marcia Gay Harden in the film ‘Pollock’ from 2000. She was the wife from the renowned musician Jackson Pollock, but was a significant painter in her very own correct. She was among only a small number of feminine artists to get a retrospective exhibition on the Museum of Contemporary Art. She offered as John Updike’s motivation for the primary personality in his book “Look for My Encounter” from 2002.
|1||Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume One, 1981-1985, pages 472-474. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998.|
|2||Is portrayed by Marcia Gay Harden in Pollock (2000)|
|Hans Hofmann: Artist/Teacher, Teacher/Artist||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island||1999||Video documentary||Herself|
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