Mary Abbott fought the stigma of her Katherine Hepburn beauty, her Walden Pond heritage, and the 1940s and '50s era that catered to homemakers to become one of the most talented artists to ever grace the Abstract Expressionist Movement.
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Imagine an overlooked protagonist in the narrative of Abstract Expressionism, a crucial figure in the New York Post-war art scene whose story is only now surfacing. That artist is Mary Abbott.
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