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Jackson Pollock by Ellen G. Landau
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Jackson Pollock

by Ellen G. Landau

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810992450, Paperback)

"A remarkably fresh look at Pollock's life and work."
-Publishers Weekly

Ellen G. Landau's compelling and original book, now published in an affordable paperback edition, covers the life and work of this complex, tragic, and immeasurably influential figure in modern art. More than 100 of Pollock's big, bold canvases are reproduced in glorious color, including six gatefolds that show his vast horizontal works without distortion. Every lover of American art, every lover of great art, will enjoy this gorgeous volume, the definitive work on a painter who revolutionized the world of art.

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The author retraces the sources of Pollock's work. Includes comparative photographs illustrating paintings by artists Pollock admired to further explain the work of this complex, tragic, and immeasurably influential figure.

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