Links and References
Pollock, Jackson "Lavender Mist: Number 1, 1950"
| Jackson Pollock was born in Cody, Wyoming
and went to the Art Students League. Between 1943 and 1947 Pollock
was influenced by surrealim and his paintings became more and more abstract
| After 1947, Pollock became an abstract expresionist.
He became an action-painter. This is painting were a painter drips
and splatters paint on to a canvas with using just about every tool at
his disposal. He used intricate interlace patterns of color.
| After 1950, his style changed and
he began to use brown and black pigmented color crisscrossing the canvas.