To a violent grave: an oral biography of Jackson Pollock

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G.P. Putnam, 1985 - Art - 303 pages
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A portrait of the tempestuous life and innovative art of Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollock offers an intimate view of the dark side of his personal life, a critical analysis of his artistic development, and a study of his relationship with other artists

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Pollock's colorful career has been the stuff of artistic legend ever since his death in an auto accident in 1956. His frenzied exploits, the brawling, drinking, and reckless driving, were viewed as an ... Read full review

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