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Jackson Pollock : veiling the image

Author: Donald Wigal
Publisher: New York : Parkstone, ©2006.
Series: Temporis collection.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"At the beginning, the canvas is white, void; then the cautious start, then the running of the paint from the pot onto the white of the surface ..." Hans Namuth. Born in 1912, in a small town in Wyoming, Jackson Pollock embodied the American dream as the country found itself confronted with the realities of a modern era which began to replace the fading nineteenth century. Just like in a novel, Pollock left home in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Wigal, Donald, 1933-
Jackson Pollock.
New York : Parkstone, ©2006
(OCoLC)65204018
Named Person: Jackson Pollock; Jackson Pollock
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Wigal
ISBN: 1780429738 9781780429731
OCLC Number: 823742474
Description: 1 online resource (255 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
Contents: FOREWORD --
INTRODUCTION --
Reproductions --
Titles of Paintings --
Biographies --
Historical Context --
Portraits --
Cycles --
THE MYTH OF THE ARTIST COWBOY --
Birth --
Cody --
Fiction --
The Real McCoy --
Stranger Than Fiction --
The Pollock Family --
Religion --
Pollock the Cowboy --
Family Politics --
Early Veils --
The Advent of Abstract Expressionism --
The Early Influences --
Pre-teen Art Education --
Uprooted Again --
Teenage Years --
Early Vision of Career --
Roots of Alcoholic Behaviour --
Benton --
American Art --
The Need for an American Artist --
The Movie: Pollock --
Dean of Art --
Lee Krasner. Guggenheim's Early SightingsGuggenheim's Autobiographies --
Closing of Art of This Century --
One-Man Shows --
Guggenheim's Profits --
Farmhouse --
The Studio Floor --
Blue Poles in PollockSquared --
Farmhouse --
The Studio Floor --
Blue Poles in PollockSquared --
Pollock-Krasner House --
Theosophy --
Coming of Rage --
Inarticulate Communicator --
Technique Described --
The Orozco Mural --
New York City --
Benton Revisited --
Legends --
Old Friends --
Benton as Role Model --
Art Students League --
Writing Home --
Father's Death --
New York Again --
Rita Benton --
Seeking Money --
Advent of Originality --
The Mexican Muralists. Trying to Unveil the Image of PollockSiqueiros --
Unusual Paints --
Eureka! --
Meeting Krasner --
Psychoanalysis --
The Drunk --
In the Shadow of Picasso --
Classic Influences --
Other Influences --
Originality --
STRUGGLING DURING THE EARLY YEARS:MAKING ENERGY VISIBLE --
Political Issues --
Greenwich Village --
Rebirth --
Moby Dick --
Peggy Guggenheim --
Howard Putzel --
Suicides --
Reviewing Influences --
"I Am Nature." --
Shift of Influence Centres --
A New Process --
The Advent of Fame --
Automatism --
Surrealists --
The Unconscious --
Money Matters --
First One-Man Show --
Pattern Within the Pattern --
Beginning to Change the World --
Mural. Pollock's SensitivityKrasner's Productivity --
The Atomic Age --
Global Art Village --
She-Wolf --
Guardians of the Secret --
Less Popular Works --
Holiday --
Between One-Man Shows --
Second One-Man Show --
Cincinnati Again --
Third Solo, Second at AOTC --
Broadening the Horizon --
Marriage --
Productivity --
Creative Block --
The Gestural Veiling --
Stealing the Soul --
Final AOTC --
Betty Parsons --
Life Magazine --
Easel versus Mural --
Lucifer --
Very Active Year --
'In' the Painting --
Signature --
In the Mood --
Out of the Web --
Music --
Alcoholism --
Seventh One-Man Show, Second at Parsons --
Pollock, the Sculptor --
Tony Smith --
Alfonso Ossorio. The 'Intrasubjectives'Abstract Expressionism --
BRILLIANT PEAK YEARS: ART AS SELF-DISCOVERY --
Venice --
Number 1A, 1948 --
Lavender Mist --
All-Over --
Clement Greenberg --
John Graham --
Harold RosenbergEarly in his career, Rosenberg --
Despair and Technical Maturation --
'The Irascibles' --
The Irascibles' Photo --
Shows in Italy --
New Yorkers versus Parisians --
No Chaos --
Hans Namuth --
Relapse --
Parsons Revisited --
Pollock in Vogue --
Unveiling the Image --
The Club --
Communication skills --
Pollock: Number One --
The Composite --
Less Veiled: More Shows --
Convergence --
Tracking Blue Poles --
More International Exposure.
Series Title: Temporis collection.
Other Titles: Veiling the image
Responsibility: Donald Wigal.

Abstract:

"At the beginning, the canvas is white, void; then the cautious start, then the running of the paint from the pot onto the white of the surface ..." Hans Namuth. Born in 1912, in a small town in Wyoming, Jackson Pollock embodied the American dream as the country found itself confronted with the realities of a modern era which began to replace the fading nineteenth century. Just like in a novel, Pollock left home in search of fame and fortune in New York City. Thanks to the Federal Art Project, he quickly won acclaim, and after the Second World War became the biggest art celebrity in America. For.

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