Exhibition Jackson Pollock's "Mural" Jackson Pollock, Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist), 1950, oil, enamel, and aluminum on canvas, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, 1976.37.1 In 1945 Pollock and his wife, artist Lee Krasner, moved to East Hampton on the far end of Long Island, whose light, air, and exquisite coastal geography had drawn a number of artists.
Number 1, 1948 is a masterpiece of the "drip," or pouring, technique, the radical method that Pollock contributed to Abstract Expressionism. Moving around an expanse of canvas laid on the floor, Pollock would fling and pour ropes of paint across the surface. One is among the largest of his works that bear evidence of these dynamic gestures.
Jackson Pollock. Number 1A, 1948. 1948. Oil and enamel paint on canvas. 68" x 8' 8" (172.7 x 264.2 cm). Purchase. 77.1950. © 2023 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Painting and Sculpture
Jackson Pollock made Number 1, 1949 by pouring paint from cans and splattering it from the tips of sticks over an unstretched canvas lying on his studio floor. Because of this orientation, Pollock was physically within the field of the canvas as he spontaneously, rhythmically applied paint.
Number One, 1950 (Lavender Mist) embodies the artistic breakthrough Pollock reached between 1947 and 1950. It was painted in an old barn-turned-studio next to a small house on the East End of Long Island, where Pollock lived and worked from 1945 on.
Number One, 1949 embodies the artistic breakthrough Pollock reached between 1947 and 1950. It was painted in an old barn-turned-studio next to a small house on the East End of Long Island, where Pollock lived and worked from 1945 on.
Jackson Pollock Date: 1950 Style: Action painting Period: Drip period Genre: abstract Media: oil, enamel, canvas Location: National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, US Through his drip action technique, Pollock would create layers upon layers of paint, created in a chaotic assemblage of drips and splashes.
Plant Jackson Pollock Famous works Going West • 1934-1935 Mural • 1943 Number 5 • 1948 Number 8, (detail) • 1949 Number 3 • 1949 Number 1 (Lavender Mist) • 1950 Blue poles (Number 11) • 1952 View all 90 artworks Related Artworks Court Métrage Short Films Added: 21 Dec, 2020 Brotherhood  Directed by: Meryam Joobeur Written by: Meryam Joobeur
Jackson Pollock's Number 1 reflects the distinctive style of drip painting and promotes his unique skills to perform such art. Dating back to 1950, this piece explores the possibilities of mixing oil, aluminum, and enamel onto the canvas. Pollock's career as an artist was problematic to begin but it wasn’t until 1949 that Life magazine ...
94 languages Paul Jackson Pollock ( / ˈpɒlək /; January 28, 1912 – August 11, 1956) was an American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist movement. He 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.
Jackson Pollock’s famous work titled “Number 1” (1948) is more than just another typical example of the action painting technique that Pollock pioneered, and which established Abstract Expressionism as the first uniquely American art movement.
‘No. 1’ was created in 1948 by Jackson Pollock in Action painting style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Pollock, Jackson. “My Painting,” Possibilities no. 1 (Winter, 1947–48); quoted in The New American Painting: As Shown in Eight European Countries, 1958–1959 (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1959): 64. Varnedoe, Kirk, and Pepe Karmel, eds. Jackson Pollock: New Approaches. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1999: 10.