Phyllis Tuchman

art historian and journalist

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Art historian and journalist who has written for many publications including Art Forum, and Art in America, she also writes about artists for Obit magazine

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Helen Frankenthaler  passed away at her home in Darien, Connecticut, yesterday.

Remembering Artist Helen Frankenthaler

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