Action Painting

the painting of the American artist Jackson pole LOCK was called of the art critic Harold rose mountain Action Painting [ˈækʃn], this concerns a kind of play of the abstract expressionism. Pole LOCK dripped or spun on the color directly onthe soil lying canvas (“Dripping”). The direct spontaneous dynamics of movement should be illustrated in such a way, also beyond of conscious influence by the artist.

See also: Tachismus, Drip Painting

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