Grace Hartigan

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Grace Hartigan (b. Newark, New Jersey, 1922 - Baltimore, 2008) was an American painter. She was friend and disciple of Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning.

Grace Hartigan, a second-generation Abstract Expressionist whose gestural, intensely colored paintings often incorporated images drawn from popular culture, leading some critics to see in them prefigurings of Pop Art, died in Baltimore; she was 86. [1]

Grace Hartigan Pallas Athena 1961.jpg

Pallas Athena, 1961,

Harvard Art Museum/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund.

About Painters and Poets of the New York School:

"The avant-garde atmosphere in New York at that time was a close and exciting one," Grace Hartigan recalled of the beginnings of the New York School. The close association of artists (Hartigan, Larry Rivers, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Goodnough, Fairfield Porter, and Alfred Leslie) and poets (Frank O'Hara, Kenneth Koch, John Ashbery, James Schuyler, and Barbara Guest) produced a creative excitement that lasted from the late 1940s into the 1960s. [2]

See also

Summer Street, 1956.

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