The excellent Norman Lewis retrospective at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts continues to bring in great reviews. The latest comes from the Wall Street Journal, which calls the catalogue “richly documented and provocative.”

Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is impossible to see without experiencing multiple emotions. The first is exhilaration, over Lewis’s artistic vision; his command of materials, color and line; and the freshness he brings to our art-historical understanding. The second is regret, over what has been to this point our general ignorance of a singular American artist; more than 35 years after his death in 1979, Lewis is only now receiving his first full retrospective. The third emotion is frustration, over the forces that have long conspired to keep Lewis from greater attention…

Read the full review here. “Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis” is on view at PAFA through April 3.