Enamel Paintings

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At closer look, Jackson Pollock’s paintings seems to be more of an impasto art-work with its thick colors almost protruding out of the painting and generating shadows near those thick color-lines. It creates a fine surface which becomes a part of the art. Number 19, 1948 is similar painting with thick color implementation. At some places, you can almost see thick droplets. That’s how they are called the Drip paintings of Jackson Pollock. Number 19, 1948 Analysis The Painting is no exception of the drip painting technique. There are maximum 6 colors apparent: ivorish- white as the main background. Over that are the black, grey and bluish green colors. Minorly used colors are red and very tiny specks of yellow at some places which could […]

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Jackson Pollock’s Drip paintings became known to the world from 1940s and 1950s when his star was the brightest in his whole career. The American artist’s whole career was based on newly invented technique which is sometimes described as the blend of Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism and Cubism with his own Drip technique. This blend mostly created a joyous creation which would get the viewer’s attention and get them instantly interpreting the work. Pollock’s popular work, No. 5, 1948 (ranking in world’s most expensive paintings sold) is a good example of it. The Deep Analysis The current painting is mostly done with black and white, the essential colors. There are some specks of light blue and yellow, though. Just like Pollock’s other works, it’s huge with […]

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