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Stony Brook University

COLLECTIONS: Pollock-Krasner Study Center

Learn about the collections at the Pollock Krasner Study Center at the Stony Brook Southampton Library.

Jackson Pollock Working

Jackson Pollock and Household Paints

Photograph by John Griffin
Jackson Pollock famously used ordinary household paints to create his poured paintings. A collection of his materials and applicators--hardened brushes and basting syringes--is on display at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in East Hampton. In 2011, the journal Physics Today discussed the special properties that made liquid house paint so attractive to Pollock.
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Jackson Pollock Biographies

Jackson Pollock's Art

Jackson Pollock Files at PK Study Center

These two PDF lists show the same information listed alphabetically and by date.