Don’t know if she was Pop Art or not — or if it matters. Certainly a modernist and a fully formed sensibility, from the start —
(“The Cocktail Party.” All figures are variant self-portraits.)
If anything, I prefer her less-decorative drawings and prints from later years —
Natch, she had the Mysterious Elliptical Beauty personality that matched her work and time times. With the gender bigotry that she fell off the map the moment the hot style changed. I knew nothing about her until the revivals 10+ years ago. Only complaint — not a dilettante at all, but clearly someone who didn’t have to worry about establishing a serious working career with serious sales.
Nobody quite like her, at any rate.