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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Number 10, 1949

Art print by Jackson Pollock #134209

About the artist

Renowned for his "Action Paintings", Jackson Pollock rejected oils in favour of household paints, which he dripped and splattered onto large canvases from above. Pollock wanted to achieve an unplanned and accidental expression that became known as 'pure painting', he became a key figure of the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock


David M. Verified

3 months ago

Stunning print , is going too look amazing in my newly refurbished sitting room

Anonymous . Verified

7 months ago

Looks great, like an art gallery print

Sarah K. Verified

Great website, easy to order. Regular email updates re delivery. Very well packaged to ensure absolutely no chance of damage.. Delivered within a few days and it's perfect exactly as shown on the website just what I wanted well worth the money.