Andrew inside Jackson Pollock’s Studio
Andrew Graham-Dixon goes on a pilgrimage to Long Island to visit the perfectly preserved studio of painter Jackson Pollock. This is the room where Pollock created his first drip paintings and such iconic works as Autumn Rhythm (1950) and Lavender Mist (1950). Evidence of Pollock’s idiosyncratic painting technique is clearly visible on almost every inch of floor space.
|Series Producer||Silvia Sacco|
|Executive Producer||Basil Comely|