The fate of a gesture : Jackson Pollock and postwar American art / Carter Ratcliff.
Flinging his colors onto the canvas, pouring and dripping his paints in a quintessentially American gesture, Jackson Pollock redefined the art of painting. It was the fate of Pollock's gesture, which reflected Amenca's largest, most optimistic ideas of itself, to be mimicked, modified, and...
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