Free Form1946 by Jackson Pollock

Free Form is very likely Pollock's first "drip" painting. He began by painting the entire canvas red and then added the black and white tangles and pools of paint by flinging and dripping diluted oil paint from a brush or stick.
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Media: oil on canvas
Dimensions (h/w/d): 19 14 (48 35)