Jackson Pollock: an American saga

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C.N. Potter, Dec 24, 1989 - Art - 934 pages
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Based on more than 2,000 interviews with 850 people, this is a rich, sprawling biography of one of the most enigmatic figures in American art, Jackson Pollock, as well as a compulsively readable, sweeping American saga. 191 photographs, 16 in full color.

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User Review  - michaelbartley - LibraryThing

a powerful artist and a very troubled man. this is very good biography. such a destructive man then wanted not to be that way. the marriage to Lee was hell for both of them a hell that they wanted to escape but were unable to do so. Read full review

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User Review  - kambrogi - LibraryThing

First published in 1989, this Pulitzer Prize winner and onetime bestseller is the ultimate biography of a famous tortured soul. And it’s a fantastic read, too. Taking what I call “the Michener ... Read full review

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