Jackson Pollock

Untitled

About this artwork

This drawing is a near duplicate of another. Pollock placed two sheets of thin rice-paper on top of one another and dripped black and red ink onto the first so that much of it bled through to this second sheet; he then added touches of white gouache. The drawings were probably done on 16 January 1951 at a birthday party for the artist's friend, chief supporter and great champion of Abstract Expressionism, the critic Clement Greenberg. Pollock gave the other version to Greenberg.

Updated before 2020

  • artist:
  • title:
    Untitled
  • date created:
    1951
  • materials:
    Ink and gouache on paper
  • measurements:
    63.10 x 99.90 cm (framed: 89.20 x 125.80 x 4.00 cm)
  • object type:
  • credit line:
    Purchased 1963
  • accession number:
    GMA 849
  • gallery:
  • subject:
  • glossary:
  • photographer:
    Antonia Reeve
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Jackson Pollock

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