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Fire its primordial allure, flickering light, and raw energy was a subject that offered much to Pollock. This image of blazing flames obscuring what appears to be a skeleton in the foreground was likely influenced by the scenes of flames and human sacrifice in José Clemente Orozco's famous mural at Dartmouth College, The Epic of American Civilization (1932-34), which Pollock had visited in 1936. Pollock used vigorous brushstrokes and rhythmic, interlocking forms to create a quasi-abstract, allover composition that anticipates, however crudely, the breakthroughs he would achieve a decade later.

Jackson Pollock - The Flame

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Fire its primordial allure, flickering light, and raw energy was a subject that offered much to Pollock. This image of blazing flames obscuring what appears to be a skeleton in the foreground was likely influenced by the scenes of flames and human sacrifice in José Clemente Orozco's famous mural at Dartmouth College, The Epic of American Civilization (1932-34), which Pollock had visited in 1936. Pollock used vigorous brushstrokes and rhythmic, interlocking forms to create a quasi-abstract, allover composition that anticipates, however crudely, the breakthroughs he would achieve a decade later.

Jackson Pollock was the famous artist of the 20th century who revolutionised the world of modern art with his unique abstract painting techniques.


Pollock was famous for his traditional techniques to explore abstraction expressionism via his splatter and action pieces, which involved pouring paint and other media directly onto canvases.


Pollock was both renowned and critiqued for his conventions. He died after driving drunk and crashing into a tree in New York in 1956, at age 44.

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