reviews

  • Jackson Pollock

    Yale University Art Gallery

    Coinciding with the Yale University Press publication of a four-volume, $250 catalogue raisonné of the works of Jackson Pollock, a group of various paintings, prints and drawings called “new found” were selected by Francis O’Connor for an accompanying show. None of these works is “new found,” if that means that no one knew it existed. Also, all were known to be Pollocks by their owners, and over half of them come from Lee Krasner’s collection. The label “new found” really signifies “never exhibited” or “never photographed.” Francis O’Connor, an art historian, and Eugene Thaw, a dealer, spent

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  • Jackson Pollock

    Yale University Art Gallery

    Coinciding with the Yale University Press publication of a four-volume, $250 catalogue raisonné of the works of Jackson Pollock, a group of various paintings, prints and drawings called “new found” were selected by Francis O’Connor for an accompanying show. None of these works is “new found,” if that means that no one knew it existed. Also, all were known to be Pollocks by their owners, and over half of them come from Lee Krasner’s collection. The label “new found” really signifies “never exhibited” or “never photographed.” Francis O’Connor, an art historian, and Eugene Thaw, a dealer, spent

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