Lost Jackson Pollock Painting Found

By Grace Vasquez

We can use old cliche’s like: art is subjective; beauty is in the eye of the beholder or we can go with my favorite, yup I don’t see it!

I’ve always enjoyed art. Love museums. I envy anyone with artistic talent but abstract expressionist art, hmm, a little out there for me, then again, what do I know.

Check out this Jackson Pollock painting that was lost for years and recently found in the attic of an Arizona home. The internationally 20th-century artist was best known for his splatter and “drip” paintings in the 1940s until his death in 1956. Pollock spent much of his youth in Arizona and California.

This Jackson Pollock painting was found in the attic of an Arizona home and now has been priced at $10 million! Wow! Suddenly I see it!  Time to help grandma clean out that attic folks. ~grace


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