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Artist: Jackson Pollock, American, 1912–1956
Number 13A: Arabesque
Oil and enamel on canvas
94 x 297.2 cm (37 x 117 in.), framed: 97.8 x 298.4 x 5.4 cm (38 1/2 x 117 1/2 x 2 1/8 in.)
Gift of Richard Brown Baker, B.A. 1935
Peter Hawes, A Great Panorama Celebrating Twenty-five Years of American Art at Yale, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 1998), 13, ill.
Johanna Garfield, “Getting There First: Reflections of a Collector,” New York Times (October 28, 1998), D43, ill.
Jim Coddington, “Jackson Pollock’s ‘Number 13A, 1948: Arabesque’,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1999): 138, fig. 1.
Laurie Schneider, Looking at Art (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2003), 90, 171.
Timothy Cahill, “Bringing a Pollock to Life,” Art Conservator 1, no. 1 (November 2006): 67, ill.
Emily Ballew Neff, The Modern West: American Landscapes, 18901950, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2006), 27273, ill.
Ronni Gordon, “Williams College Exhibit: Painting a New Portrait of “Dripster”,” Leisure (April 9, 2006): 1, ill.
“Williams Museum to Drip with Pollock Starting Friday,” The Advocate (April 13, 2006): 17.
Suzanne Boorsch and Jennifer Gross, “The Richard Brown Baker Collection at the Yale University Art Gallery,” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (2008): 30, fig. 2.
Jennifer Farrell et al., Get There First, Decide Promptly: The Richard Brown Baker Collection of Postwar Art (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2011), 18486, fig. 1.
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