Jackson Pollock, Mural, 1943 Considered by some to be the most important modern American painting ever made, Pollocks Mural was an 8-by-20-foot canvas that foreshadowed his famous drip painting style. It belongs to the University of Iowa now, although its currently undergoing repair at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
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Jackson Pollock and Robert Motherwell are two of the most celebrated American painters from the mid-20th century. The exhibition emphasizes the radical innovation of American abstraction in mainstream art by featuring two monumental paintings, Mural and Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 126. It explores legends surrounding each work and artist by unpacking fact from … Continue reading Pollock and Motherwell: Legends of Abstract Expressionism »