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One of the few surviving early works by Lee Krasner, this self-portrait is an example of her early training. Completed to advance as a student at the National Academy of Design, Krasner depicts herself similar to the Allegory of Painting. Despite being a young student, she assuredly grasps the paintbrush and looks directly and studiously at the viewer and presumably the mirror that she uses to paint the self-portrait. By placing the self-portrait outdoors, the painting seems like an homage to 18th-century naturalism, further emphasizing the Old Masters' early influence for Krasner.
SKU: 68006
Creator: Lee Krasner
Date: c. 1930
Original Medium: Oil on linen
Original Size: 30 1/8 × 25 1/8 in.
Location: The Jewish Museum
© 2020 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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One of the few surviving early works by Lee Krasner, this self-portrait is an example of her early training. Completed to advance as a student at the National Academy of Design, Krasner depicts herself similar to the Allegory of Painting. Despite being a young student, she assuredly grasps the paintbrush and looks directly and studiously at the viewer and presumably the mirror that she uses to paint the self-portrait. By placing the self-portrait outdoors, the painting seems like an homage to 18th-century naturalism, further emphasizing the Old Masters' early influence for Krasner.
SKU: 68006
Creator: Lee Krasner
Date: c. 1930
Original Medium: Oil on linen
Original Size: 30 1/8 × 25 1/8 in.
Location: The Jewish Museum
© 2020 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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