Inspired by Jackson Pollock
Exclusive Collection Curated by Nevena Bojinovic | 42 artworks
Looking for beautiful art inspired by a legendary painter?
Jackson Pollock was one of the most prominent American Post-War artists and a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism. He was known for his 'drip paintings', which he created by pouring and hurling paint at the canvas in an attempt to create roiling vortexes of colour and line.
Born Paul Jackson Pollock on January 28, 1912, in Cody, Wyoming, he moved with his family nine times throughout the Western United States during his early childhood and was exposed to various art forms from different cultures, such as Navajo sand painting and Asian calligraphy. He began to become interested in symbolism and Native American art.
He studied with Thomas Hart Benton in New York and then under the radical Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros. This experience helped him to develop his style which gradually evolved from a dark form of regionalism to an abstract expressionist style.
From the mid-1940s onward, he produced an extensive series of drip paintings, which had an effect similar to that of molecular waves. They are self-reflexive in their nature and readily inspire larger interpretations.
They are also very striking in that they feature vigorous and spontaneous movement through seemingly chaotic marks. The technique may look as though the artist simply stepped back and threw paint at the canvas, but each movement of the can or brush was done with purpose.
Pollock's work has also been described as a manifestation of his psyche, which he believed to be full of anger, confusion and frustration. It reflects his own personal revelations from his Jungian psychotherapy sessions, and it is evident that his subconscious was at the center of his artistic process.
Artmajeur has a great selection of modern and abstract works, including those with inspiration from Jackson We have some truly unique pieces that you won’t find anywhere else!
Impress your guests with one-of-a-kind work from artists around the world. You'll be able to purchase these works at affordable prices so they fit perfectly into any budget. Whether it's in your bedroom or living room, this collection will bring life and energy into any space.
Visit Artmajeur now and explore our range of artwork inspired by the genius artist - Jackson Pollock!
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Collections are created by Artmajeur members, art lovers and special guests from all over the world. This collection is curated by Nevena Bojinovic . Collect all your favorite works of art and browse them conveniently any time you like from the comfort of your own collections!
Acrylic on Canvas | 90x90 cm
Acrylic on Linen Canvas | 116.5x89 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 60x60 cm
Enamel on Wood | 25x25 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 80x80 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 91.4x121.9 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x100 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x130 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 53.3x101.6 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 61x71 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x73 cm
Oil on MDF Board | 100x122 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 76.2x109.2 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 101x101 cm
Acrylic on Linen Canvas | 120x120 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 107x107 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x65 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 40x40 cm
Acrylic on Paper | 41.5x29.5 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 90x120 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 70x120 cm
Enamel on Canvas | 80x100 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x200 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 79.5x119.5 cm
Ink on Cardboard | 30x30 cm
Oil on Canvas | 60x60 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 100x300 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 75x180 cm
Enamel on Canvas | 139.7x243.8 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 80x60 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 60x60 cm
Oil on Linen Canvas | 80x80 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 67x125 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 108x128 cm
Acrylic on Canvas | 30x30 cm
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