Number 33 Jackson Pollock Print Bt A.R.S, Now York and DAGS, London 1999
Courtesy The Bridgeman Art Library
American abstract artist Jackson Pollock produced ‘Number 33’ in 1949 using his ‘drip technique’ which involved pouring or splashing household enamels onto a horizontal surface. The majority of this canvas has been produced using black industrial enamel which Pollock watered down to create a runny consistency. Pollock often applied the paint by pouring it directly onto the canvas or using a syringe, an implement Pollock handled ‘like a giant fountain pen’, according to his partner, the artist Lee Krasner.
Measures approx 60 x 48cm
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