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Autumn Rhythm. Number 30, 1950 by Jackson Pollock (1912-1956, United States) | Paintings Reproductions Jackson Pollock | WahooArt.com

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Artworks , Autumn Rhythm. Number 30 , 1950 By Jackson Pollock
Autumn Rhythm. Number 30, 1950 by Jackson Pollock (1912-1956, United States) | Paintings Reproductions Jackson Pollock | WahooArt.com
Artworks , Autumn Rhythm. Number 30 , 1950 By Jackson Pollock

"Autumn Rhythm. Number 30, 1950"

Jackson Pollock - Oil

Autumn Rhythm was made as part of a group of paintings that were set to be exhibited at the Betty Parsons Gallery, and 107 inches wide, it was one of his largest works. The sheer size of it can suggest his roots in Mexican Muralism and influence by his work with Thomas Hart Benton. the viewer becomes enveloped by the painting as it spreads tall and wide, and equally enveloping for the artist. The dynamic nature of the lines creates a buoyant and dynamic sensation, like choreography on canvas. Pollock says “Painting is a state of being. Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is." It was made in Pollock’s usual technique of spilling, dripping and splattering. It was partly documented by Hans Namuth, producing a series of images of Pollock at work. The title Number 30 was given by Pollock because he did not want to imply meaning in the painting but he never revealed why he changed the name later on but the name suggests the month of its creation (October) but also his connection to nature and its seasons.






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