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Lavender Mist Jackson Pollock 1950 American National Gallery of Art East Building Oil, enamel, and aluminum on canvas Pollock was arguably the most famous American painter to have ever painted. He utilized what is now known as "Action" Painting. Previously very highly criticized, Pollock's paintings now sell for millions upon millions of dollars.

10 Most Famous Paintings By Jackson Pollock

Lavender Mist Jackson Pollock 1950 American National Gallery of Art East Building Oil, enamel, and aluminum on canvas.

Jackson Pollock, 'Mural,' 1943, Peggy Guggenheim Collection

From Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Jackson Pollock, Mural Oil and casein on canvas, × cm

Find out who is Jackson Pollock with this art homework guide, includes facts for kids. #actionpainting

Find out who is Jackson Pollock with this art homework guide, includes facts for kids.

Pollock, Jackson (1912-56). American painter, the commanding figure of the Abstract Expressionist movement.

Number 1949 (detail), by artist Jackson Pollock. hand-painted museum quality oil painting reproduction on canvas.

123 Homeschool 4 Me: Paintings by Famous Artists: Jackson Pollock Art for Kids

Action Jackson by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan, illustrated by Robert Andrew Parker

Yr9 Jackson Pollock research homework.

Jackson Pollock research homework.

Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) by Jackson Pollock, 1950, enamel on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Autumn Rhythm (Number Jackson Pollock (American, Cody, Wyoming East Hampton, New York) Date: 1950 Medium: Enamel on canvas Dimensions: 105 x x Met

New York : Museum of Modern Art, ©1998. Paperback. 336 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 26 x 31 cm. Exhibition catalog for the November 1998 show held at MOMA. Clean, gently used, and w

Jackson Pollock by Kirk Varnedoe, with Pepe Karmel

SELF CRITIQUE- Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: 3rd Grade "Action Jackson"

First grade artists are practicing their knowledge of portraits by looking at a fall scarecrow!

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