The work itself was created using an art form known as Serigraphy, where the artist uses a combination of mesh screening, stencils and carefully selected paint to create this type of striking result.
Such images are based on traditional silk screening processes, resulting in a final piece that is of an extremely high quality, offering eye catching shades and patterns that continue to bring joy for many lifetimes.
Within this particular piece, the bold colours and iconic drip style are of particular interest, drawing the viewer in to discover more.
With such intrigue and wonder, such a piece would provide an incredible feature for any empty space. Or a wonderful way to compliment an existing collection from this world renown artist.
During the first half of the twentieth century Jackson Pollock's ability to create complex and sophisticated images in art without the use of an easel or brush has made him one of the most revolutionary names in expressionist artwork today.
The influence of other famous artists including Picasso and Miro is clear within his work, which allows the viewer to flow through the image, rather than being focussed on any one single point.
Many of Pollock's greatest artworks gained their inspiration from the inner turmoil that the artist himself experienced. This struggle in his own life has brought depth to his images in a way that is not usually possible with a more balanced outlook.
Some even say it is possible to gain an insight into the very workings of the man himself in the images he created. And with the Zeichnung Tropftechnik, that feeling really does come alive.