Jackson Pollock Paintings

Paul Jackson Pollock (January 28, 1912 – August 11, 1956), was a prominent American painter and leading figure in abstract expressionism. He was well known for his signature style of drip painting. During his lifetime, he was notorious and famous. He had a withdrawn but volatile personality. Learn more »

Paintings by Jackson Pollock in Chronological Order

Going West, 1934-1935 Figures in a Landscape, 1937 Landscape with Steer, 1937
The Flame, 1938 Man with Knife, 1938-1940 Circle, 1938-1941
Bird, 1941 Mask, 1941 Sheet of Studies, 1941
Moon Woman, 1942 Animals and Figures, 1942 Male and Female, 1942
Stenographic Figure, 1942 Untitled, 1943 The She-Wolf, 1943
Composition with Pouring II, 1943 Untitled, 1943 Mural, 1943
Untitled, 1942-1944 Totem Lesson 2, 1945 Pattern, 1945
Eyes in the Heat, 1946 Shimmering Substance, 1946 The Tea Cup, 1946
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Circumcision January, 1946 The key, 1946 Alchemy, 1947
Full fathom five, 1947 No. 1, 1948 Number 23, 1948
Number 3, 1948 Number 5, 1948 Number 6, 1949
Number 1, 1949 Number 8,, 1949 Number 3, 1949
Number 1 (Lavender Mist), 1950 Number 25, 1950 Untitled, 1951
Number 14, 1951 Number 2, 1951 Blue poles (Number 11), 1952
Easter and the Totem, 1953 Untitled (O”Connor-Thaw 770) Untitled (O”Connor-Thaw 771)
Birth Yellow Islands Untitled
Blue (Moby Dick)

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