Jackson Pollock

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Abbeville Press, 1983 - Art - 128 pages
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"With his brooding good looks, mercurial temperament, and tragic early death, Jackson Pollack has become an almost mythical figure. Unfortunately, fascination with the drama of his life has tended to crowd out clearheaded analysis of his work, work that has had a profound impact on the development of contemporary art. This volume presents the first well-balanced overview of both the life and the art and strips away the romanticizing that has obscured them both."--BOOK COVER.

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Jackson Pollock

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The role of art historian as biographer is beset with contradictions, an artist's life and art being neither mutually exclusive nor synonymous. Balanced in his life on the edge of destruction and in ... Read full review

awesome book

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Great overview of J Pollocks works. Read full review

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Introduction
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Arrival 194246
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Springs 194750
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