ELEMENT LINE Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

ELEMENT LINE Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed 9-5-64 after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Photo via Fotorus

46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed 9-5-64 after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Photo via Fotorus

When the average person sees a blank wall, the first thing that springs to mind is to hang something pretty on it. These days, you have plenty of options when it comes to wall art. You can choose a poster or something that you did yourself. But if you have millions and millions, why settle for something a dime a dozen? If you have hundreds of milli

When the average person sees a blank wall, the first thing that springs to mind is to hang something pretty on it. These days, you have plenty of options when it comes to wall art. You can choose a poster or something that you did yourself. But if you have millions and millions, why settle for something a dime a dozen? If you have hundreds of milli

London, 1950. Love the Teddy Girl style. Can replicate with brogues + socks, pants (e.g. checked Cue pants or crop Dotti navy trousers), button-down shirt. No / natural makeup, plain hair or messy high bun or loose braided bun. Not sure about the rolled trousers - do they make this outfit?

London, 1950. Love the Teddy Girl style. Can replicate with brogues + socks, pants (e.g. checked Cue pants or crop Dotti navy trousers), button-down shirt. No / natural makeup, plain hair or messy high bun or loose braided bun. Not sure about the rolled trousers - do they make this outfit?

No 5, 1948 by Jackson Pollack. An early Pollock drip painting from the very years when he was perfecting his unprecedented visceral method of creating abstract art by pouring and flicking paint onto a canvas laid out on the ground? Yes, please. Money no object. This is not one of the most satisfying, supreme Pollock masterpieces, those strangely poised miracles of improvisation, but it is fascinating, haunting and achingly human.

No 5, 1948 by Jackson Pollack. An early Pollock drip painting from the very years when he was perfecting his unprecedented visceral method of creating abstract art by pouring and flicking paint onto a canvas laid out on the ground? Yes, please. Money no object. This is not one of the most satisfying, supreme Pollock masterpieces, those strangely poised miracles of improvisation, but it is fascinating, haunting and achingly human.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search