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POLLOCK Jackson   Nationality : American

He began to study painting at the Art Students' League, New York. Pollock worked in the manner of the Regionalists, being influenced also by the Mexican muralist painters and by certain aspects of Surrealism. He started to paint in a completely abstract manner, and the `drip and splash' style for which he is best known emerged with some abruptness. Instead of using the traditional easel he affixed his canvas to the floor or the wall and poured and dripped his paint from a can; instead of using brushes he manipulated it with `sticks, trowels or knives' (to use his own words), sometimes obtaining a heavy impasto by an admixture of `sand, broken glass or other foreign matter'.

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