mitchell-1989.61.1-.2

Joan Mitchell Revisited

Painter Mary Weatherford revisits a profile of the artist

“In 1957, art critic Irving Sandler paid a visit to the studio of painter Joan Mitchell, an Abstract Expressionist known for her brushy images capturing nature. The result of that visit, printed in the October 1957 issue of ARTnews, became one of the most famous essays in this magazine’s “Paints a Picture” series, in which an artist illuminates the process behind one of his or her artworks. With an upcoming traveling retrospective of Mitchell’s work at the Baltimore Museum of Art in mind, ARTnews enlisted Mary Weatherford, an artist who has spoken of being inspired by Mitchell, to discuss Sandler’s article.’’

Read the full feature in ARTnews

Image: Joan Mitchell, Posted, 1977 (detail)

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