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Moby Dick, by Jackson Pollock
Moby-Dick; or, The Whale () is the sixth book by American writer Herman Melville. The work is an epic sea story of Captain Ahab's voyage in pursuit of.
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Jackson Pollock's Blue Moby Dick painting discussed in detail, with Blue prints available to buy online from a Jackson Pollock gallery.
Feb 24, Blue (Moby Dick), by Jackson Pollock, Early works. Abstract Expressionism. figurative. Ohara Museum of Art, Kurashiki, Japan.
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Description:Whatever the extent of his actual exposure to the novel at the time he painted Moby Dick, there did seem to be certain almost uncanny analogies between the author of that nineteenth-century novel and Jackson Pollock, in both subject matter and style. Blue Moby Dick Originally created in with gouache and ink on composition board, this early Jackson Pollack piece which he titled Blue Moby Dick, was typical of the abstract expressionism style emerging in the s following World War II. The colour blue dominates the whole image and the shapes in black, yellow, orange and white seem to have been formed carefully. It is not known whether Jackson Pollack read Moby Dick but his piece Blue Moby Dick is a voyage into hidden depths of this talented artist. Because of these similarities both, projected in their respective art forms, a particularly "American chiaroscuro. He certainly appears to have somehow absorbed the general theme of Moby Dick, perhaps from high school English, or through the interest in Melville of Krasner and others around him a kind of "fad" for Melville was at its peak in the early forties. No one knows why he then used it again in parenthesis here.