'Beautifully evokes a period in American art that laid the groundwork for the women artists of today'
'[Levin’s] book, dense with documentation and quotations from letters and interviews, is the culmination of decades of scholarship, advocacy and even friendship with Krasner … empathetic and insightful … Krasner comes wonderfully alive, especially in her own words, in Levin’s pages'
'Rigorous research, deep knowledge of art and cultural history, penetrating analysis and a flair for storytelling bring to life a fully formed Lee Krasner. Those who never knew her will wish they had, and those who did will be amazed'
Helen A. Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
'[Draws] on her close personal relationship with the painter and a multitude of interviews … impressively researched'