The childlike quality of “Convergence” belies the stunning complexity and sophistication of this important work created by Jackson Pollock (1912 – 1956). A pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, Pollock challenged artistic traditions by dripping and pouring paint onto canvasses placed on his studio floor, expressing subconscious thoughts through his movement around the canvas. Although influenced by Picasso, Miró, and Surrealism, Pollock’s innovations and style made him one of the 20th century’s most influential and challenging artist.
Abstract Expressionist pioneer Jackson Pollock (1912 – 1956) poured and dripped paint onto canvases, challenging the traditional use of an easel and brush. Deceptively childlike, Pollock’s work was actually astoundingly complex and sophisticated. Compelled by inner turmoil, Pollock used dramatic movement to pour, drip and hurl paint onto huge canvases attached to the floor. Pollock, who was influenced by Picasso, Miró and the Surrealists, expressed subconscious thoughts through his motions, and revolutionized a style of painting in which the work has no identifiable parts or focal point.
This art print displays sharp, vivid images with a high degree of color accuracy. A member of the versatile family of art prints, this high-quality reproduction represents the best of both worlds: quality and affordability. Art prints are created on paper similar to that of a postcard or greeting card using a digital or offset lithography press.