Barbara Haskell, American curator. Recipient award for scholarly excellence in field of America art history Archives of America Art, 2003; named Woman of Year, Mademoiselle magazine, 1973.
Haskell, Barbara was born on November 13, 1946 in San Diego, California, United States. Daughter of John N. and Barbara (Freeman) Haskell.
Bachelor, University of California at Los Angeles, 1969.
Assistant registrar Pasadena (California) Art Museum, 1969, curatorial assistant, 1970, assistant curator, 1970, associate curator, 1970-1972, curator painting and sculpture, 1972-1974, Whitney Museum American Art, New York City, since 1975.
This catalogue of a 1998 exhibition at Eaton Fine Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, contains an in-depth essay by art historian Rose accompanying 40-plus color plates of modernist painter Stella's works.
Author: Arthur Dove, l974, Marsden Hartley, l980, Milton Avery, l982, Blam! The Explosion of Pop, Minimalism and Performance l958-64, l984, Georgia O'Keefe: Works on Paper, l985, Ralston Crawford, l985, Charles Demuth, l987, Red Grooms, 1987, Donald Judd, l988, Burgoyne Diller, 1990, Agnes Martin, 1992, Joseph Stella, 1994, The American Century: Art and Culture 1900-1950, 1999, Edward Steichen, 2000, Elie Nadelman, 2002, Oscar Bluemner, A Passion for Color, 2005, Georgia O. Keette Abstraction, 2009.