Harold Rosenberg papers 1923-1984

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Harold Rosenberg papers, 1923-1984

Harold Rosenberg papers 1923-1984

1923-1984

American art critic who developed the concept of "action painting" to describe the work of New York School painters such as De Kooning and Pollock. In 1967 Rosenberg became the regular art reviewer for . The papers offer a comprehensive view of his professional life from the early 1930s until his death in 1978, with the greatest portion of material from the 1960s and 1970s. The New Yorker

ca. 30 linear ft.; (64 boxes, 8 flat file folders)

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