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Pat Lipsky papers, 1995

Lipsky, Pat, b. 1941
Painter
Active in New York, N.Y.

Collection size: 2 items.

Collection Summary: Two transcripts relating to Lipsky's personal relationships with people associated with Jackson Pollock. Included are a 21 p. transcript of a talk given by Lipsky, July 1995, "What Tony and Lee and Clem Told Me, A Reminiscence," [Tony Smith, Lee Krasner and Clement Greenberg]; and a transcript of an interview with Lipsky (interviewer unidentified) on Greenberg's visit to her studio, entitled, "Clement Greenberg in the Studio."

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter; New York.

Donated 1997 by Pat Lipsky.

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