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Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Yellow, Gray, Black, 1948

Silkscreen print by Jackson Pollock #189753

Jackson Pollock


Jackson Pollock
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

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Carly F. Verified

1 month ago

Lovely vibrant colours. Less detailed than his other works but this helps to make the scene less "busy".