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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Number 8, 1949

Art print by Jackson Pollock #7638

About the artist


Born in Wyoming in 1912, Jackson Pollock was one of the key figures of the Abstract Expressionist movement in post-War America.

Renowned for his “Action Paintings”, Pollock rejected oils in favour of household paints, which he dripped and splattered onto the canvas from above. Pollock wanted to achieve an unplanned and accidental expression that became known as ‘pure painting’.

These prints are full of vitality and make fantastic framed artworks or large canvases that can transform a room.

Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock

Reviews


Mark L. Verified

Looks very good as a canvas

Judith J. Verified

I love this print. Not quite the original, but as striking. I think it is excellent value for money as it looks so professional. I feel I have a quality work of art on my wall and it is a joy to look at. The framing is of a high quality and it's good and solid. The print is set against a white background that looks really good against a white wall. Lots of other companies supply the print but it's set against coloured backgrounds which detract from the print. Other companies also include the artist's name and title printed under the picture. I think it looks better with that information omitted.

Alexander M. Verified

Jackson Pollock may not be to everyone's taste, but this looks superb above my bed. It's a BIG piece of art. Very nice quality print and frame. Not cheap, but I doubt you could find better elsewhere.