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“Helen Frankenthaler with Alexander Liberman, in her studio, New York City, 1967.”

Helen Frankenthaler: December 12, 1928 - December 27, 2011.

By Helen Frankenthaler

Painter Helen Frankenthaler (at 30) sitting amidst her art in her studio in New York City, 1956

Take Off 1956. Helen Frankenthaler / After seeing a show of Jackson Pollock’s recent work in New York in 1950, Frankenthaler worked to extend Pollock’s drip-and-pour method to include large collagelike forms of color. The year after she made this picture, Frankenthaler commented “I am involved in making pictures ‘hold’ an explosive gesture, something that is moving in and out of landscapelike depths but lies flat in local areas—intact but not confined . . . “

Stride, Helen Frankenthaler (American, New York 1928–2011 Darien, Connecticut), 1969, Acrylic on canvas Dimensions: H. 117, W. 94 inches via Met Museum, NY

Helen Frankenthaler 'Pistachio', 1971, Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin by hanneorla, via Flickr

Helen Frankenthaler 'Blue-Fall', 1966, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin by hanneorla, via Flickr

Helen Frankenthaler. not sure if i like this or not. but it makes me look