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MoMA’s Jackson Pollock Conservation Project: Insight into the Artist’s Process
Pollock at work in his studio, 1950. Photo: Hans Namuth

Jackson Pollock at work in his studio, 1950. Photo: Hans Namuth

In the May 1951 issue of ARTnews a selection of photographs by Hans Namuth appeared as illustrations for Robert Goodnough’s article, “Pollock Paints a Picture.” The images depict a focused  Pollock energetically applying paint to a large canvas spread across his studio floor. Read more

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January 8, 2013  |  Artists, Conservation, Jackson Pollock Project
MoMA’s Jackson Pollock Conservation Project: Looking Closely at One: Number 31, 1950
Before Treatment photograph of One: Number 31, 1950

One: Number 31, 1950 before treatment

It’s a good time to be studying and working on Jackson Pollock’s paintings. With projects also underway at the Seattle Art Museum and  The J. Paul Getty Museum Read more

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MoMA’s Jackson Pollock Conservation Project—An Ounce of Prevention…

We covered a lot of territory in our last post, documenting Echo’s condition and treating the discolored canvas. Our efforts have produced satisfying results. Read more