“Bullfight,” 1959, by Elaine de Kooning, in the Mint’s “Women of Abstract Expressionism.”
“Bullfight,” 1959, by Elaine de Kooning, in the Mint’s “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Jeff Wells Denver Art Museum: Vance H. Kirkland Acquisition Fund; copyright Estate of Elaine de Kooning.
“Bullfight,” 1959, by Elaine de Kooning, in the Mint’s “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Jeff Wells Denver Art Museum: Vance H. Kirkland Acquisition Fund; copyright Estate of Elaine de Kooning.

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