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An American In Paris, Whose Paintings Found New Fame In New York In The 1990s

“Working in a small apartment-studio on the Left Bank, Ms. Jaffe refined and extended her inquiries into the drama of form and color — always at a distance, literally and figuratively, from the currents of American art.”
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