Description of the painting by Jackson Pollock “Autumn rhythm”

Description of the painting by Jackson Pollock “Autumn rhythm”

Description of the painting by Jackson Pollock Autumn rhythm

Is this original, undoubtedly, American artwork so expensive? Many do not doubt the price of a pictorial product, for them it is a living fairy tale. Jackson Pollock – a strange artist, the unrecognized genius of Manhattan formed a special style called “pouring technique.” The basis of the technique is a mixture of paint with broken glass or sand, and preference is given to rods, knives and scoops instead of a brush.

Working on huge canvases, the artist spreads them on a hard surface (on the floor) to feel resistance, sprays liquid paint from brushes or squeezes paint from a tube and lays it on the canvas. For the manner of execution the master received the nickname “Jack-sprinkler”. The author leaves behind the connection with reality, trying to portray only the state. The work “Autumn rhythm” was presented at the Venice Festival and was a tremendous success. At first glance, nothing is depicted in the picture, just the presence of different color blots in the form of cobwebs on the canvas.

It goes beyond clear art, where you can see objects, faces, or natural phenomena and landscapes. This is something new – signs and symbols working in the stream of consciousness. Pollock pulled images from his subconscious. The canvas “Autumn rhythm” is imbued with energy and rhythmic lines. A beautiful picture does not have conciseness and accuracy. The technique of Pollock’s colorful spraying creates a thoughtful composition in the spirit of abstract abstractionism. It is not chaotic, as it seems and does not reproduce the forms of nature. The picture lives an independent life and is a light harmony and a specific idea,


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