Jackson Pollock. This is an effective piece of art as the layers of paint with the bold colours give off an interesting and textured look.

After his move to Springs, he began painting with his canvases laid out on the studio floor, and he developed what was later called his "drip" technique. One: Number 31 - Art by Jackson Pollock.

“Tragedy, Ecstasy and Doom” – The Paintings Of Mark Rothko

“Tragedy, Ecstasy and Doom” – The Paintings Of Mark Rothko This is one of my favorite Rothko paintings because it's so vibrant and the complimentary Orange Red and Purple have a really positive vibe for me!

Helen Frankenthaler, 1928 - 2011, major contributor to the american Abstract Expressionism movement of the mid-twentieth century.

Helen Frankenthaler, 1928 - major contributor to the american Abstract Expressionism movement of the mid-twentieth century. I like the blues and the way that the colors seem to bleed from the page

Cy Twombly, Winter (from The Four Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter), 1993-94

NYC - MoMA: Cy Twombly's The Four Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter - photo by Wally Gobetz

Clyfford Still (1904 – 1980) was an American painter, and one of the leading figures of Abstract Expressionism.

Clyfford Still, Oil on canvas, 53 x 44 inches x 113 cm). Clyfford Still Museum, Denver, CO. from The Clyfford Still Museum Online Collection

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