NY Art Commentary - World Artists
Best known for his poured paintings, Jackson Pollock created spontaneously painted works that marked a break with artistic tradition. For Convergence (1952), he laid blue and white clouds and loops of red and yellow atop a black-and-white base. The expressive color and drawing are so fresh that the paint still looks wet.
1912 - 1956
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