Large Oil Painting After Jackson Pollock
Extraordinary Large Abstract Expressionistic Oil Painting After Jackson Pollock | The painting is a brilliant copy of Pollocks unique and powerful drip painting technique | Jackson Pollock was the creator of the drip technique, making the first use of liquid paint in creating paintings | This abstract expressionist painting is a superb example of Pollock’s drip painting technique, rivaling originals such as Lavender Mist (Number 1, 1950) displayed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. or Autumn Rhythm (Number 30, 1950) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This quality of Pollock like paintings sell for up to $7,000. | Dimensions: 50.0″ W x 38.0″ H x 1.0″ D.
The drip paintings of the Abstract Expressionist painter Jackson Pollock are among the best-known paintings of the 20th century. When Pollock moved from easel painting to dripping or pouring paint onto a piece of canvas spread on the floor, he was able to get long, continuous lines impossible to get by applying paint to a canvas with a brush. For this technique he needed a paint with a fluid viscosity (one that would pour smoothly). For this he turned to the new synthetic resin-based paints on the market (generally called ‘gloss enamel’), made for industrial purposes such as spray-painting cars or household interior decorating. He would continue using gloss enamel paint until his death.
XL (greater than 40 in.)