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© Jackson Pollock/Bildupphovsrätt 2018
On View:Stockholm
Jackson Pollock
1912 - 1956
United States The Wooden Horse: Number 10 A, 1948
Trähästen: nummer 10 A
Oil and wood on canvas mounted on masonite
90 x 178 cm
Purchase 1967 (The Museum of Our Wishes)
NM 6085 On view at Stockholm
- About the work
"On the floor I am more at ease. I feel nearer, more a part of the painting…"
Jackson Pollock grew up in the mid-west but came to New York to work and moved to Long Island in 1945. He took the canvas from the easel and laid it on the floor. His movements around the canvas are recorded for posterity by the thin industrial gloss that dripped from his brushes. His technique was called drip painting - or action painting - and was a version of abstract expressionism. Wooden Horse, however, incorporates an obvious figurative element: a horse's head made of wood, making the work unique in Pollock's oeuvre.

- Signature, inscriptions, and markings
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