Andy Warhol's childhood bedroom, Jackson Pollock's barroom misadventures, and Salvador Dali's royally weird product designs spring to candy-colored life in a new book series that pictures art world super heroes as eccentric graphic-novel characters.
Alizée Benoit, an American painter working for the Works Progress Administration (WPA), vanishes in New York City in 1940 amid personal and political turmoil. No one knows what happened to her. Not her Jewish family living in German-occupied France. Not her artistic patron and political compatriot, Eleanor Roosevelt. Not her close-knit group of friends, including Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, and Lee Krasner. And, some seventy years later, not her great-niece, Danielle Abrams