Ninth Street women & co.

“At the beginning of the 1950s – the pre-glory days of Abstract Expressionism – Elaine de Kooning was already well known in New York art circles, yet she and her husband, Willem, were still struggling financially as artists. By contrast, Andrew Wyeth, the rural Pennsylvanian realist painter (with a touch of surrealism), was thriving on Elaine de Kooning’s home turf.”

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