In Other Works
Rosenberg was also the subject of a painting by Elaine de Kooning. Along with Clement Greenberg and Leo Steinberg, he was identified in Tom Wolfe's 1975 book The Painted Word as one of the three "kings of Cultureburg", so named for the enormous degree of influence their criticism exerted over the world of modern art.
Saul Bellow wrote a fictional portrait of Rosenberg in his short story "What Kind of Day Did You Have?".
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