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Grace Hartigan

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Her art was marked by a willingness to employ a variety of styles in a modernist idiom, to go back and forth from art-historical references to pop-culture references to autobiographical material.
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Robert Saltonstall Mattison, author of Grace Hartigan : A Painterís World' (1990) as quoted in "Grace Hartigan, 86, Abstract Painter, Dies" in The New York Times (18 November 2008)

 
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