Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) took his first art lessons in Los Angeles before coming to New York to study between 1929-1931. Between 1938-1942 he worked on the Federal Arts Project in New York before moving to Huntingdon. His early paintings were realistic, and then surrealistic, but by the early 1940s his characteristic abstract expressionism had developed. Pollock removed figures, believing painting itself is the subject, and he devoted himself to exploring the inherent qualities of paint. He died in a car accident in his mid-forties after creating a freedom of expression which has influenced many subsequent artists. Here at NZ’s largest art print and poster shop we always have a changing selection of Pollock posters and prints for sale imported from a variety of art publishers.