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The 171 Artworks of Jackson Pollock

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Jackson Pollock - Number 1, 1949Number 1, 1949Jackson Pollock

No. 5, 1948 is a painting by Jackson Pollock, an American painter known for his contributions to the abstract expressionist movement. The painting was done on an 8' × 4' sheet of fiberboard, with thick amounts of brown and yellow paint drizzled on top of it, forming a nest-like appearance. It was or...

Private collection (New York, United States)
Jackson Pollock - Number 5Number 5Jackson Pollock
243 x 121 cm, (1948)
Jackson Pollock - There Were Seven in EightThere Were Seven in EightJackson Pollock

According to Pollock's wife Krasner, Pollock started There Were Seven in Eight in the fall of 1943, abandoned it for a while, and then returned to it after many months had passed. As Krasner remembered it, Pollock began this composition with 'more or less recognizable imagery - heads, parts of the b...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
Jackson Pollock - MuralMuralJackson Pollock
247 x 605 cm, (1943)

Jackson Pollock’s Mural represents the break from representational painting on traditional canvases to his unique drip style, completed on canvases stretched out on the floor. He assimilated painting techniques from Pablo Picasso, Thomas Hart Benton, and David Alfaro Siquieros, as well as Native Ame...

Jackson Pollock - Number 1Number 1Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock's work has been seen as the epitome of freedom. Yet with all this great tumult, there is form. Look at the way the painting is held together by the four corners; there are black masses in each corner that contain everything in the painting, while the motion within is still pushi...

Museum Of Modern Art (New York, United States)
Jackson Pollock - Going WestGoing WestJackson Pollock

One of his earlier works, Going West is an example of Pollock’s early interests and painting style, as well as his own personal history. It has been suggested that this painting was inspired by a family photo of a bridge in Pollock’s birthplace, Cody, Wyoming. As an image of a pioneering family movi...

Jackson Pollock - Number 25Number 25Jackson Pollock
25 x 96 cm, (1950)
Jackson Pollock - Blue poles (Number 11)Blue poles (Number 11)Jackson Pollock

More properly known as Blue Poles: Number 11, 1952, this painting is considered Pollock’s most important work. In 1973, it was purchased at auction for $2 million dollars, which at the time was the highest price ever paid for a painting at auction. At the time of sale the art world was typified by a...

Jackson Pollock - Number 2Number 2Jackson Pollock
104 x 78 cm, (1951)
Jackson Pollock - LuciferLuciferJackson Pollock
268 x 104 cm, (1947)
Jackson Pollock - Number 5Number 5Jackson Pollock
244 x 122 cm, (1948)

This painting was created on an eight by four feet fiberboard. The style that Jackson Pollock used for this art work was the use of liquid paints. He decided to move away from the traditional style of using paints on canvas. No. 5 can be seen with huge amounts of yellow and brown paint drizzled on i...