The work of Jackson Pollock (1912–1956), the pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, has a childlike quality that belies its stunning complexity and sophistication. Compelled to paint by his love of the medium and personal torment, Pollock attached large canvases to the floor, pouring, dripping, and flinging paint in a process that involved the body in new and important ways. Working in a stream-of-consciousness style, Pollock revolutionized a form of painting in which the work created has no identifiable parts or point of emphasis, but remains utterly open.
High-quality print on heavy paper. Printed with vibrant color-fast inks. Framed in a contemporary ash ArtBlock with black molding. ArtBlock is ready to hang.