The Works Progress Administration of the 1930s and ’40s was a savior for American artists. Those meager checks alleviated financial concerns enough that the artists could pay rent and spend their off-hours drinking, cavorting and exploring their artistic passions.
For Alizée Benoit, that driving passion is abstract painting. And the opinionated Alizée—French by birth, all-American…
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