Interpreting, Pollock
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Interpreting, Pollock

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Jackson Pollock was one of the most innovative painters of the twentieth century. While Picasso and Braque's Cubism shattered the tradition of single, fixed-point perspective, and Matisse broke with the notion of naturalistic colour, Pollock abandoned the tradition of easel painting and executed his paintings on the floor, some on a monumental scale. He developed a way of...more
Paperback, 84 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by Tate
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Wilde Sky
This book contains many images of Jackson Pollock’s artwork, with interpretation and some details about his life.

I found the artwork to be very striking but I didn’t find the analysis of the artwork gave me any insight. Some of the details of the artist were interesting.
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