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JACKSON POLLACK. January 28 th 1912-August 11 th 1956. Jackson was known as the “all over” painter because he would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.

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Jackson pollack

JACKSON POLLACK

January 28th 1912-August 11th 1956


Jackson was known as the “all over” painter because he would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.

Jackson Pollack was the first abstract American painter to be taken seriously in Europe.


Jackson and his paintings

Known as an action painter would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.

His paintings would come alive with colored scribble, spattered lines, and all sizes of lines.

Jackson was influenced by Native American sand paintings made by thin lines of colored sand onto a horizonal surface.

Jackson and his Paintings!


Jackson painting
Jackson Painting would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.

Jackson Pollack would place his canvas on the floor and drip paint from a can using a variety of objects such as sticks and knives to manipulate the paint.



Jackson s finished paintings
Jackson’s Finished Paintings would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.

Name the similarities and differences that you can see from these paintings.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrVE-WQBcYQ would pour paint rather than using brushes and a palette. He would spread his canvas across the floor and would drip and dribble with complete control.



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