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The 16 Artworks of Jackson Pollock and with the specified color



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Jackson Pollock - Number 5Number 5Jackson Pollock
243 x 121 cm, (1948)
 
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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...

 
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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...

 
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Jackson Pollock - AlchemyAlchemyJackson Pollock

Today, “Alchemy” rests in the Guggenheim Museum of New York City. This is one of Pollock’s earliest poured paintings where he used sand, pebbles, broken wood sticks and fibers. He used his famous technique, also referred to as ‘drip painting’, for the first time. He would lay the painting on the flo...