This is a unique monotype, signed and dated lower right. The image measures 21.75 x 23.75 inches inches and it is currently unframed. Pat Passlof was born in Georgia in 1928 and grew up in New York City. In the summer of 1948 she studied painting with Willem de Kooning at Black Mountain College, and continued to study with him privately after they returned to New York. That fall, De Kooning introduced her to Milton Resnick. She and Resnick began to live together in the mid-1950s and married in 1962.
Her work, fully immersed in the Abstract Expressionist ethos, grew progressively lighter and more serendipitous over the years, as did her color sense. From 1984 until her death in 2011 she made both figurative work, often landscapes peopled with centaurs, nymphs and horses, and large abstractions derived from repeated patterns and marks.

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