Print developed from Jackson Pollock’s Greyed Rainbow, 1953, from the Art Institute of Chicago’s collection.

In the late 1940s Jackson Pollock developed a revolutionary form of Abstract Expressionism by dripping, pouring, and splashing paint onto large-scale canvases.  Among the last great purely abstract paintings Pollock made before his untimely death in 1956, Greyed Rainbow (1953) is a quintessential example of action painting.

  • Print Reproduction
  • Image size: 14.75 x 11 in.
  • Poster size: 12 x 16 in.
  • Materials: Premium Cardstock