Product code: 77521405
This abstract print of one Jackson Pollock's later paintings is a striking example of how he feared his progress would be blocked. In response, he painted in black and white and had figures emerge. His technique was to roll the canvas on the floor and apply industrial paint with sticks and syringes. Jackson Pollock is best know for being the leader in Abstract Expressionism. He believed that art derived from the unconscious and uses huge areas to pour and drip paint onto. He began his career in the early 30s, where he studied in New York painting semiabstract work before moving onto his more recognised style. He quickly became a celebrity painter, but died in a car crash at 44, he was one of the few American painters to be recognised during his lifetime.
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