Krasner

[ US /ˈkɹæsnɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States artist remembered for her spontaneous approach to painting; she was a founder of the New York school of abstract expressionism (1908-1984)
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How To Use Krasner In A Sentence

  • Viral letter-forms and hieroglyphic-like symbols bounce around the galleries from a Lee Krasner to an Adolf Gottleib, to a David Smith sculpture. Cat Weaver: Art as Curation: The (New) AB EX Story at MoMA
  • Harden's Krasner is a maelstrom of emotions, lurching from admiration of her husband to fierce rage at his drunken womanising.
  • Swirling beneath the seemingly simple storylines of the black musicals Krasner discusses are complex countercurrents of resistance.
  • The previous October her first full retrospective exhibition in the United States had opened at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and despite infirmity Krasner traveled to Texas for the opening.
  • I riffled though my wardrobe (most of the costumes used are from my wardrobe) and found a 1960s sundress, totally perfect for Lee Krasner on holiday.
  • The following year Krasner abruptly changed direction, returning to a sensuous painterly style in which human, animal, and plant forms play prominent roles.
  • ‘Er, no, an eight-figure sum,’ said Gerald Krasner, trying to keep a grip on all the noughts.
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