Jackson Pollock And Roy Lichtenstein Art Analysis

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Art, a painting on a wall might look meaningless but others consider art to be everything that surrounds them. Jackson Pollock and Roy Lichtenstein arts are extremely beautiful and well define which could change the way of how people thing about arts. The Mask, 1941 by artist Jackson Pollock, Landscape Steer, 1936-37 also by Jackson Pollock. The Drowning Girl , 1963 by Roy Lichtenstein. All three arts has a unique style, and amazing contrast. The Mask is painted by Jackson Pollock in 1941, oil on canvas, 48.3 x 42.5 cm and it was done in a period called expressionism. Expressionism is an artistic style in which the artist attempts to depict not objective reality but rather, the subjective emotions and responses that objects and events arouse within a person. …show more content…
The Mask is painted in 1941 with colors that are not pleasant. The Quality and the richness of the colors are amazing however, it did not change the horrifying appearance of the mask. The mask is painted with oil and sitting in the center of a square shape. A narrow face Mask with ugly long nose from the forehead to the top of the upper lips. The small face of the Mask is within a huge crown. The mask appears more like an angry woman with a veil or scarf around the head, and she is also within a reach of a horse. The Mask has a thick lips with humongous eye with black line around it. Pollock painted the mask with very dark colors that will show the ugliness and the fearful way of the

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