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Storm Brews Over Jackson Pollock's Last Painting

22 August 2012
  • Jackson Pollocl in his studio

    Jackson Pollock in his studio

With the 100th anniversary of Jackson Pollock's birth this year, attention is turned to a work said to be the great abstract expressionist's last painting. It's Pollock's final work if his mistress, Ruth Kligman, is to be believed.

Red, Black & Silver hits the auction block on Sept. 20 at Phillips de Pury & Co.

Categories: American art, american art

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