ELEMENT LINE Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

ELEMENT LINE Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

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Wild Jackson Pollock style.....it speaks of the random complexities of life. Very unpredictable.....

Wild Jackson Pollock style.....it speaks of the random complexities of life. Very unpredictable.....

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No. 5, 1948 (1948) Jackson Pollock more works by this artist Purchase Jackson Pollock Prints

No. 5, 1948 (1948) Jackson Pollock more works by this artist Purchase Jackson Pollock Prints

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No cellphones, ipads, sunscreen or carbs.  Uncomplicated good times, long gone.  LIFE Magazine 1948.

No cellphones, ipads, sunscreen or carbs. Uncomplicated good times, long gone. LIFE Magazine 1948.

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$165.4m No 5, 1948 by Jackson Pollock  A sale shrouded in secrecy and brokered by Sotheby's in 2006. David Martinez reportedly bough the 8-foot by 4-foot piece of fibreboard, covered in drips of brown and yellow paint from David Geffen, the Dreamworks co-founder and entertainment magnate. Mr Martinez's law firm later issued a statement saying he did not own it.

$165.4m No 5, 1948 by Jackson Pollock A sale shrouded in secrecy and brokered by Sotheby's in 2006. David Martinez reportedly bough the 8-foot by 4-foot piece of fibreboard, covered in drips of brown and yellow paint from David Geffen, the Dreamworks co-founder and entertainment magnate. Mr Martinez's law firm later issued a statement saying he did not own it.

After World War II in New York, a number of artists - Pollock, Newman, Barnett and Willem de Kooning began to paint in a style that was later called "abstract expressionism".  Due to this trend, New York became the center of the art world.  Painting Pollock "No. 5, 1948" is one of the most famous examples of the genre.  In 2006 painting "No. 5, 1948" was sold at auction for $ 140 million. In 2011, the most expensive painting title passed to the canvas by Paul Cezanne "Card Players", which…

After World War II in New York, a number of artists - Pollock, Newman, Barnett and Willem de Kooning began to paint in a style that was later called "abstract expressionism". Due to this trend, New York became the center of the art world. Painting Pollock "No. 5, 1948" is one of the most famous examples of the genre. In 2006 painting "No. 5, 1948" was sold at auction for $ 140 million. In 2011, the most expensive painting title passed to the canvas by Paul Cezanne "Card Players", which…

No: 5, 1948, Jackson Pollock

No: 5, 1948, Jackson Pollock

Painting by Jackson Pollock, No. 5, 1948,  oil on fiberboard.

Painting by Jackson Pollock, No. 5, 1948, oil on fiberboard.

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