The American abstract painter, Jackson Pollock, is most known for developing a technique for directing paint to his canvases by pouring or dripping the paint on floor laying the canvas. With this technique, Pollock created intricate interlaced meshes of paint filled in a kaleidoscope of color. This rapid and impulsive execution was a hallmark of abstract expressionism.
The surrealism movement played a significant influence upon Pollock. The surrealist's ideas for this technique focused on the “relevance of the unconscious for artistic creativity,” and in doing so the painter is known as an ‘Action or Gesture’ painter. This procedure coincided with Pollack's own volatile personal experiences.
In his Long Island studio, Pollock began creating his characteristic signature style as large-scale abstractions. In 2006, Pollock’s work, ‘No. 5, 1948’ auctioned for a record $140 million.
Opening on June 8th and continuing through September 12th, Jackson Pollock will be one of the featured artists in a new exhibit at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Jackson’s works are no stranger to the museum but "Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949–1960" features several post-World War II era artists that embraced their art by utilizing nontraditional materials, techniques and works that have their works stand out.
The authentic Louis Vuitton Multicolore Trouville handbag is never understated and is consider as an abstract to traditional LV monogram bags. Takashi Murakami, a Japanese artist, designed this pattern and used this variation to the prior monogram Trouville that was originally created as a classic styling of Louis Vuitton.
The stunning white Multicolore canvas is based in white. It features all the primary and sub-primary colors of the iconic initials, floral and stars. Natural cowhide trim and golden metallic hardware including its stud work make this handbag truly shimmer.
An open slip pocket is features on the front exterior of the pre-owned Louis Vuitton Multicolore Trouville and makes it easy to grab items without having to gain access inside the bag.
Protective metal feet extend to the base to help keep it from damage, and the double top handles make it one bag that is easy to carry and never weighs the owner down.
A double zippered closure with signature LV pulls reveals a spacious interior lined in suede-like raspberry Alcantara fabric. The inside contains plenty of space with added bonuses of a patch and cell-phone pocket
The authentic Louis Vuitton Multicolore Trouville handbag is one that is signature of abstract expression for those with a touch of the artist in them. Even Kelly Ripa and Brenda Song believe it is like carrying a piece of modern art on their arms.