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Cathedral, 1947 Jackson Pollock

Cathedral - Jackson Pollock Completion Date: 1947 Style: Action painting Period: Drip period Genre: abstract painting Technique: mixed technique Material: canvas Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, USA

Jackson Pollock - One: Number 31, 1950. Peinture Imprévu, Erreur, Emprisonner gestes / sentiments,

After his move to Springs, he began painting with his canvases laid out on the studio floor, and he developed what was later called his "drip" technique. One: Number 31 - Art by Jackson Pollock.

Jackson Pollack-- genius.

Splash Art! (Jackson Pollock Style

Artist: Jackson Pollock Completion Date: 1942 Style: Abstract Expressionism Period: Early works Genre: abstract painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: x 49 cm

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Jackson Pollock, el accidente controlado

Artistic Memories 28 January: Paul Jackson Pollock

Artistic Memories 28 January: Paul Jackson Pollock

Pollock, Jackson The Deep 1953 Oil and enamel on canvas 7 ft 2 in x 59 in x cm) Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Pinturas de Jackson Pollock!

Pinturas de Jackson Pollock!

Jackson Pollock male female painting, oil on canvas & frame; Jackson Pollock male female is shipped worldwide, 60 days money back guarantee.

Jackson Pollock 1,from floor boards in Jackson Pollocks house while he was creating his art by Robert Weingarten

Jackson Pollock ♥ I love this 'work of art'! I thought it was a Jackson Pollock painting but apparently it is from the sub-floors where he worked. It's much better than his actual work, in my opinion.

No 5 1948

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mid-century dream team | Cecil Beaton and Jackson Pollock

The Highest Form of Flattery: Cecil Beaton

Number 3, Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock Number 3 - 1948 - Oil and enamel on canvas affixed to masonite - 30 X 22 - Partial and promised gift of Beatrice and Philip Gersh to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Convergence, Jackson Pollock 1952 — Daily Art Fixx - Art Blog: Modern Art, Art History, Painting, Illustration, Photography, Sculpture

Jackson Pollock - Convergence - 1952 - Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York Pollock's abstract expressionism espousing a plethora of concerns, Convergence