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 (krăz′nər), Lee 1908-1984.
American artist known for her spontaneous, gestural approach to painting. She was a founder of the New York School of abstract expressionism.
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Noun1.Krasner - United States artist remembered for her spontaneous approach to painting; she was a founder of the New York school of abstract expressionism (1908-1984)
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