Jackson Pollock's Number 31

Jackson Pollock's life was tragically short, yet his work — particularly his "drip period" paintings — had a lasting effect, challenging the general concept of "art" and helping to put New York on the artistic map. Number 31 is one of the best examples from this period. Painted in 1949, it's one of only eight drip paintings on paper from that year that contain metallic paint, and has been part of several notable exhibitions, including the 1998 Pollock retrospective held at MoMA and The Tate. The painting will be sold at Christie's 20th Century Evening Sale at Rockefeller Plaza on May 12th.

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