Francine Tint


Title: Francine Tint

Subtitle: 1975 - 2024


The book aims to retrace the history of New-York based painter Francine Tint, focusing on specific periods which highlight the development of her practices.

Featuring a stunning collection of works spanning from 1975 to the present, this monograph explores Tint's successful career and offers a fascinating chronicle of her artistic growth.
Profusely illustrated with more than 90 plates and archival images, the publication includes an interview by David Ebony, contributing editor of Art in America and Yale University Press, among others; an essay by art historian Alex Grimley, regular contributor to The Brooklyn Rail who has written about Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting for exhibitions at Yares Art, Hollis Taggart Gallery, Lincoln Glenn, and Paul Kasmin Gallery; a historical text by Robert Mattison, art historian author of several acclaimed publications on modern art, including Robert Motherwell: The Formative Years; Grace Hartigan: A Painter's World; Franz Kline: Coal and Steel, among others.

This comprehensive exploration will be a valuable resource to gain a deeper understanding of Francine Tint's artistic practice, which evolved over time through the use of diverse media and processes. Her tireless trajectory of experimentation has made her work sought after by both private collectors and institutions, including The Neuberger Museum of Art, The Heckscher Museum of Art, The Portland Museum of Art (among the Clement Greenberg Collection), and The Krannert Art Museum, to name a few.

ISBN: 978-87-7620-263-7

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective


Editorial Assistant: Nicoleta Vasilache

Designer: Irina Furtuna

Published on: in production

Category: Art

Price (€): 89

Keywords: Francine Tint, Art, Paintings, Artworks, New York, Galleries, Collectors

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