The famous artist began painting in 1936 in New York City using liquid paint that was introduced to him by muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros.
After moving to springs, Pollock expressed his emotions through painting. He spent plenty of time thinking about his work of art with the canvas at his feet before he began his creations. This is when he developed the drip technique. He began to use artificial resin based paints also known as semi-gloss paint.
He conducted moderate splashes, thin curves and impressive diagonal colors onto his canvas. Pollock walked around the canvas and splattered paint all over as he designed his canvas. Jackson Pollock invented a method that was his own.
He was named as an action painter, due to his style. He used his brushes, sticks, or his hands to manipulate the dribbling colors. With this painting technique, Pollock was able to accomplish a certain way of creating art as the paint poured onto the canvas.
Pollock's most brilliant painting was created during the drip period, between 1947 and 1950.
With the innovative style of drip painting, he created the number 4 painting in 1951, which uncovered the pure essence of his greatest masterpiece of abstract expressionism. This high quality composition gives this fine art its intense and sharp view.
The surface dwells of small drops of paint and poured lines on commercially dark red fabric. The colors he chose are brown, silver, blacks and white as they move in one another in bringing it all together making it complete.
You can also see thin grey and white lines and a row of bold black curves throughout the canvas.
Pools of deep bright shades of color have smeared the canvas weave in radiant circles in metallic silver. This classic artwork is painted with a silken finish, giving it an elegant look.
The great artists number 4 painting is like his other work but is one of his most successful paintings.
His life came to an end on August 11 1956 after a car accident. This legendary artist will be remembered for his outstanding creations.