Jackson Pollock Paintings

Jackson Pollock paintings detailed here with the artist's major career highlights displayed first.

Convergence is shown here to the left and this is the most popular of all paintings from Pollock's career.

You will notice that it is clearly from his drip period, where canvases were placed on the floor and different drip techniques were used to fill them with colour.

Pollock's style of work changed over time as his interests moved more and more into abstraction. The artist played an important role in gaining support for abstract expressionism and other related movements through his connections in the modern art world.

You will find paintings from this artist in many modern media publications such as music album covers and also merchandise. Convergence is recognised by even the occassional art fan, although not all will know quite who produced it.

Besides Covergence, other paintings worth checking out are listed from our sub menu of this section, featuring Mural, Lucifer, Blue Poles and The Deep too.

Below is a list of some of the highlights from Pollock's career. Despite being cut short, the artist was prolific and influential during his time in the limelight. There are thankfully plenty of paintings to appreciate from the different stages of his development.

Full List of Jackson Pollock Paintings

Listed below are some of the art prints and paintings for sale at Art.com.

  • Mural
  • Blue (Moby Dick)
  • Troubled Queen
  • Eyes in the Heat
  • The Key
  • Enchanted Forest
  • Lucifer
  • Number 5
  • Number 8
  • Composition (White, Black, Blue and Red on White)
  • Summertime: Number 9A
  • Number 1
  • Number 3
  • Number 10
  • Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist)
  • Mural on indian red ground, 1950
  • Autumn Rhythm (Number 30), 1950
  • Number 29, 1950
  • Convergence
  • Blue Poles
  • The Deep

Jackson Pollock Artwork