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  • Jackson pollock prsentation

    1. 1. Jackson Pollock 1912 - 1956
    2. 2. Early LifeFig 1 (Emmerling:94)
    3. 3. Jackson Pollock andAbstract Expressionism Fig 2 (Emmerling:1)
    4. 4. Fig 3 His Work Fig 4Autumn Rhythm: Number 30, 1950, 1950 Oil on canvas, 266.7 x 525.8 cmNew York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, George A.Hearn Fund, 1957 (57.92) - (Emmerling: 78) Untitled (Self Portrait), 1931 - 1935. Oil on gesso on canvas, mounted on fibreboard, 18.4 x 13.3 cm. L. S. Pollock Collection, New York. (Poligrafa:10).
    5. 5. Fig 5One: Number 31, 1950, 1950 Oil and enamel on unprimed canvas, 269.5 x 530.8 cm.New York, The Museum of Modern Art. Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection Fund (by exchange) - (Poligrafa:46)
    6. 6. Fig 6 Influences (Landau:1)
    7. 7. Past and PresentFig 7 (Emmerling:74)
    8. 8. Conclusion•Explosively changed the way Abstract Art could be approached.•Used his life trauma’s to create his Masterpieces through Mastered Techniques he created himself.•Created work that he wanted to create, regardless of what the critics said.•Inspired Other Artists

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