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Jackson Pollock Painting

In 1950, Hans Namuth made a series of photographs of Jackson Pollock in the act of painting that was of seminal importance in educating the public and artists alike about Pollock's revolutionary new style. Images showing Pollock stepping into, out of, and around his canvas, flinging paint with...

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Signed in ink; stamped copyright 1975

Provenance

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee, Belmont, MA; gift June 1980.

Credit Line

Gift of Mildred and Herbert Lee

Copyright

Courtesy Center of Creative Photography, University of Arizon © 1991 Hans Namuth Estate

1975

Accession Number

1980.258

Medium or Technique

Photograph, gelatin silver print

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