The house and studio give you a peak into how Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner lived during his most prolific period and how she lived for many years after his tragic auto accident in 1956. The studio with the splattered floor where he worked and splattered walls where she latter worked also contained paints and tools they used.
We took the guided tour that begins at 12:00 and feel that it enriched our visit. The drive to their home and visit to the cemetery where they are buried was picturesque and evocative. It's all a welcome change from the traffic, landscape crews and conspicuous consumption of the "Hamptons".
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