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    Blue Poles, also known as Number 11, 1952 is an abstract expressionist painting by American artist Jackson Pollock. It was purchased amid controversy by the National Gallery of Australia in 1973 and today remains one of the gallery's major paintings.

    • 212.1 cm × 488.9 cm (83.5 in × 192.5 in)
    • Jackson Pollock
    • 1952
  2. Jackson Pollock’s monumental painting Blue poles is recognised today as an Abstract Expressionist masterpiece. The work is a prime example of his unique approach to action painting. He started Blue poles in 1952 by working on the floor of his studio, a converted barn on Long Island in the United States of America.

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  3. Dec 9, 2015 · Pollock’s erratic splashes of paint are intended to communicate to us the way he was feeling and thinking at the time he made the painting. Even the bluepoles” on the canvas, which are the ...

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  5. From Royal Academy of Arts, Jackson Pollock, Blue poles (1952), Oil, enamel and aluminium paint with glass on canvas, 212.1 × 488.9 cm

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  7. Jackson Pollock, Blue Poles: Number II, 1952, enamel and aluminum paint with glass on canvas, 82 7/8" x 15' 11 5/8" Click image for enlargement

  8. Artland’s Stories of Iconic Artworks series delves into the stories behind some of the most iconic works of art ever made. In this week’s edition we feature Jackson Pollock’s painting Blue Poles and the bitter controversy that followed its acquisition by the Australian Government for $1.3 million – the highest price ever paid for an American painting at that time.

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