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MoMA revolutions in painting lesson - Pollock and Frankenthaler (Jacob's Ladder, Helen Frankenthaler)

Helen Frankenthaler photographed by Ernst Haas/ "What concerns me when I work, is not whether the picture is a landscape, or whether it’s pastoral, or whether somebody will see a sunset in it. What concerns me is – did I make a beautiful picture?"

Helen Frankenthaler

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Everson Museum of Art collection has painting by late abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthaler

installator:  “A crew installing Helen Frankenthaler’s painting Guiding Red, 1977…  in the mezzanine of World Trade Center II.“ (aaa.si.edu)

Photographed by Andre Emmerich a crew installing American artist Helen Frankenthaler’s painting 'Guiding Red' in the mezzanine of the World Trade Center II 19 x 12 cm. source: Smithsonian Archives of American Art.

Lee Krasner (1908-1984), Untitled, 1972. Lee Krasner was an influential American abstract expressionist painter in the second half of the 20th century. On October 25, 1945, she married artist Jackson Pollock, who was also influential in the abstract expressionism movement.

Helen had a habit of painting herself into a corner--and nobody paints baby into a corner. Pioneering Abstract Artist Helen Frankenthaler Dies at 83

Helen Frankenthaler. "You have to know how to use the accident, how to recognise it, how to control it, and ways to eliminate it so that the whole surface looks felt and born all at once."

Helen Frankenthaler obituary

Photos by Ernst Haas of Helen Frankenthaler at work in her New York studio, 1969

Helen Frankenthaler (American 1928–2011), Saturn, 1963.

Saturn, 1963 (Silkscreen print) by Helen Frankenthaler. I have searched high and low for this print online and cannot find it in stock anywhere!