Convergence is a painting created by Jackson Pollock. This canvas represents the school of early abstract expressionism and is thought to be one of the best paintings of this art movement. The artwork is exhibited at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York.
One: Number 31, 1950 is a painting created by Jackson Pollock in 1950. In the summer - autumn of the mentioned year,Pollock produced three wall size artworks including Number 31. It`s size is 269.5 x 530.8 cm. This is one of the most well-known paintings by the artist.
Shimmering Substance was created by Jackson Pollock in 1946. This canvas is the artist`s first non-representational work. It`s dimensions are 76.3 x 61.6 cm.
Mural on Indian Red Ground - work of Art created by Jackson Pollock in 1950. It`s value is about $250 million and it is known as one of his most famous works. This painting is exhibited at Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
No. 5, 1948 was created by Jackson Pollock in 1948. It`s dimensions are 2.4 m × 1.2 m. The artist made a great contributions to the abstract expressionist art and was a part of this movement. The painting No. 5 represents the mentioned movement.
Number 1 (Lavender Mist) was made by Jackson Pollock in 1950. On the canvas Pollock used difficult drip technique. You can find this painting in at National Gallery of Art East Building.
Number 11, 1952 is created by Jackson Pollock. The second Name of this Art is Blue poles. The artist himself preferred giving not titles to his works, but numbers. You can find this canvas at National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.22
The Deep painting was made by Pollock in 1953. The image on the canvas is being described as a deep hole or a cut, the title comes out of these interpretations. You can find the painting at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France.22
Autumn Rhythm is created by Jackson Pollock in 1950. The initial name given to this work of art was Number 30. The size of this painting is 266.7 x 525.8 cm.22
The She-Wolf artwork was produced by Pollock in 1943. This work was shown in Pollock’s first solo exhibition which was held in New York in 1943. The size of this painting is 106.4 x 170.2 cm.