When the average person sees a blank wall, the first thing that springs to mind is to hang something pretty on it. These days, you have plenty of options when it comes to wall art. You can choose a poster or something that you did yourself. But if you have millions and millions, why settle for something a dime a dozen? If you have hundreds of milli
No. 5, 1948 Another of the more current pieces, painted by Jackson Pollock in 1948, the impersonally titled No. 5, 1948, though chaotic, is a signature piece of art nonetheless and a revealing insight to the turmoil that was swirling within Pollock.
Jackson Pollock - No. 5 (1948) Jackson Pollock created his own unique style of painting. He would splash and dribble paint onto the canvas straight from the can. This style of art was later called Action Painting. In this painting yellow and brown paint is drizzled to create an interesting nest of colors and textures. The painting sold in 2006 for an amazing $140 million.