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"Jackson Pollock"

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"Jackson Pollock"

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Born-28 January, 1912 Birthplace-Cody, Wyoming Died- 11 August, 1956(automobile crash) Best Known As- The abstract painter who splattered his canvases.

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Jackson Pollock spent his childhood in Arizona and California. Largely through the influence of his oldest brother, he became interested in art. Between 1925 and 1929 he attended Manual High School in Los Angeles where he learnt sculpture and painting.

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In 1929 Pollock moved to New York to study under Thomas Hart Benton at the Art Students League. He was soon a Benton family intimate,taking hard-drinking Benton as a role model,artistically and behaviorally.Soon he began suffering from alcoholism and started undergoing psychiatric treatment in the late 1930th. He had a nervous breakdown in 1938 and was hospitalized.

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In 1940 he enjoyed his first New York exhibition – a group show which also included works by Willem de Kooning and Lee Krasner. Here Pollock met Lee Krasner and they married in 1944.

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Here, in his studio, after several years of psychotherapy, Pollock began to lay his canvas on the floor and pour, drip or splatter paint onto it in stages. The results were huge areas covered with complex and dynamic patterns.

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The floor in Pollock’s studio.

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So Pollock developed a new style of painting for which he became famous, later called as “unconscious imagery” or “action painting”. He worked from all sides of his painting, walking across or through it splattering the paint spontaneously.

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“When I am in my painting, I’m not aware of what I’m doing. I have no fear about making changes, destroying the image, etc. because the painting has a life of its own. When I lose contact with the painting, he result is a mess. Otherwise here is a pure harmony”. Jackson Pollock.

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