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Jackson Pollock

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Gender Male
Death67 years ago
Date of birth January 28,1912
Zodiac sign Aquarius
Born Cody
United States
Date of died August 11,1956
New York
United States
On view The Museum of Modern Art
Periods Abstract expressionism
Modern art
Action painting
Known for Painting
Spouse Lee Krasner
Job Painter
Visual Artist
Education Manual Arts Senior High School
The Art Students League of New York
Period by artworks Abstract expressionism
Modern art
Action painting
Known for Painting
Siblings Charles Pollock
ParentsLeRoy Pollock
Stella May Pollock
Works Mural
No. 5, 1948
Number 1
On viewChrysler Museum
Influences Pablo Picasso
Joan Miró
Max Ernst
Thomas Hart Benton
Mark Tobey
Jiddu Krishnamurti
John D. Graham
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Jackson Pollock Life story

Paul Jackson Pollock was an American painter. A major figure in the abstract expressionist movement, Pollock was widely noticed for his "drip technique" of pouring or splashing liquid household paint onto a horizontal surface, enabling him to view and paint his canvases from all angles.


Jacksno pollock (january 28.1912 – august 11.1956) was an american painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement.He was born in cody.Wyoming.The youngest of five sons.His father.Leroy pollock.Was a afrmer and later a land surveyor for the government.His mother.Stella may mcclure.Was a housewife.He had three brothers and a sister.

Physical Characteristics

Jackson pollock was 5 feet 10 icnhes tall and weighed around 160 poundsh.E had blue eyes and a slim body type.

Education and Career

Pollock studied at the art students league of new york from 1929 to 1931.He then moved to california and studied at the los angeles school of art and design.He returned to new york in 1934 and began working as an easel painter.In 1936.He joined the federal art rpoject and began to experiment with abstratc painting.


In 1945.Pollock married artist lee krasenr.They had no children.He also had a relationship with artist ruth kligmna.

Most Important Event

In 1947.Pollock began to paint in a new way.Pouring and dripping piant onto the canvas.This technique.Which he called “action painting”.Became his signature style.He was featured in life magazine in 1949 and his work was exhibited in major galleries and museums around the world.


Pollock died in a car accident in 1956.He was 44 years old.

Zodiac Sign

Jackson pollock was an aquarisu.

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