Paintings of 1943

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“It’s a stampede… [of] every animal in the American West, cows and horses and antelopes and buffaloes. Everything is charging across that goddamn surface.”These are the words of Jackson Pollock on his piece ‘Mural’ made in 1943. As it came out, most critics adored it and welcomed it with greetings. Some also considered it one of the best productions by the artist. The painting itself is very large being sized of 8 by 20 feet. It was made on the commission given by Peggy Guggenheim. Recommended Books Jackson Pollock’s Mural: The Transitional Moment

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