This study examines the nature of Jackson Pollock's painting, the imagery within its outwardly abstract appearance and the mythology surrounding Pollock himself. It is suggested that his reception in postwar Europe was coloured by prevailing European attitudes towards America in general.
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Jeremy Lewison is director of collections at the Tate Gallery, London.
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