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Jackson Pollock by Daniel Davidson

£ 39.00

Paul Jackson Pollock: 28 January 1912 – 11 August 1956. What cannot be contradicted about things Pollock is the market value of his work: in 1973 The Australian government under Gough Whitlam bought No11, 1952 for USD 2million. In 2006 No 5, 1948 became the world's most expensive artwork when it sold for $140 million and earlier this year, 2016, 17A, 1948 was sold privately by David Geffen for $200 million. No 11, 1952 is the Australian National Gallery's most popular exhibit.

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