Portrait and Sleep by Jackson Pollock

By 1953, Pollock, apparently, it seemed that he had exhausted the possibilities of “drip painting”, and in his work came a brief “black-and-white period.” The artist again took the brush

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Autumn Rhythm by Jackson Pollock

Pollock “canceled” easel painting. It was an attempt to radically rethink the traditional work of the painter. The master now did not need to stand in front of the canvas,

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Lavender Mist by Jackson Pollock

This typical “drop” picture was created by Pollock in his stellar, 1950, year. By this time, the artist had perfected the technique invented by him, but had not yet “worked”

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Blue Poles by Jackson Pollock

The beginning of the crisis dates back to 1952, eventually driving Pollock to his grave. Scandalous fame did not bring him, by and large, neither widespread recognition nor money. The

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Pasifaya by Jackson Pollock

Pollock did not manage to finish this work, which is similar in style to the “Keepers of Secrets” to his first solo exhibition. Originally, the picture had a different name

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Blue by Jackson Pollock

The second title of this work allows you to specify the date of its creation – this is the first half of the 1940s. Recall that this is how Pollock

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Male and Female by Jackson Pollock

Coming out of a psychiatric hospital in early 1939, Pollock continued his treatment with psychoanalyst Joseph Henderson, a faithful confessor of the Jung system. At the insistence of the doctor,

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Keepers of Secrets by Jackson Pollock

This work, which Pollock showed at his first solo exhibition, Pollock, held in November 1943, attracted the special attention of critics. As Clement Greenberg later recalled, “at that time there

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No 5 by Jackson Pollock

Paul Jackson Pollock – American painter and a real pride of America. One of the first founder of abstract expressionism, inspired by surrealist paintings by Pablo Picasso and Diego de

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Convergence by Jackson Pollock

“Convergence” in 1952. Artist canvas covered dense web of black paint, then added other colors – very bright and “acid”, which became “common place” in the days of pop art,

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