2001. The Tremaine Foundation, Available on Amazon ISBN 0-9705011-0-2
Emily Hall Tremaine had “an original eye,” recalled Philip Johnson, her friend, architect, and occasionally rival collector. Tremaine’s ability to cut through the turbulence of modern art filled Johnson with amazement and envy. Eventually her collection became, according to art historian Robert Rosenblum, “so museum-worthy that it alone could recount to future generations the better part of the story of 20th century art.
“If you have art in your life, it is a powerful force, a force that can be too much for some people. But Emily had learned how to live with art, how to live with that force.” Artist Richard Tuttle.