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Jackson
Pollock
United States 
1912−1956
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Why are paintings so expensive? Why go to a museum when there's the Internet? Why are some paintings so weird? When kids don’t understand something, they never hesitate to ask questions. And we tried to answer them honestly, simply and without unnecessary smart terms, concepts and dates. That was not easy.
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Jackson Pollock. Composition with Red Strokes
Composition with Red Strokes
Jackson Pollock
1950, 93×65.1 cm
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The major exhibition  "Claude Monet" was opened on September 21, 2018 in Albertina Museum, Vienna. Monet's artworks on display illuminate a chronology: the revolution from Realism to Impressionism
No doubt, you know about Impressionism a lot: you could mention the names of the famous artists and find with ease the exhibition at museums with gleaming water surface and the same image painted in different time of the day and of course you know the scandalous history of the First Impressionist Exhibition and could distinguish Monet and Manet. So, it is high time to switch to the next level: some additional details you would like to know about Impressionism. Read more
and onward to a mode of painting in which colors and light gradually separate from the subjects that reflect them, with the motif breaking free from mere observation of nature. These works of Monet…
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Jackson Pollock. Electric Night
Electric Night
Jackson Pollock
1946, 60.7×48.3 cm
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Jackson Pollock. The Reflection Of The Big Dipper
The Reflection Of The Big Dipper
Jackson Pollock
1947, 91.5×111 cm
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Jackson Pollock. Number 3
Number 3
Jackson Pollock
1948, 96.5×76.2 cm
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