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  • Kathleen Clemmons

    Today’s spotlight on OF falls on Jackson Pollock, Jan. 28, 1912 - 1956… Above, one of Pollock’s mythographic canvases from before the drip phase: Moon Woman, 1942 - oil on canvas (Peggy Guggenheim Foundation, Venice, Italy)

  • Shelly Zeiden

    moonwoman 1943

  • WIDEWALLS

    The Moon Woman. 1942 - Guggenheim Museum JACKSON POLLOCK. #jackson_pollock http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/jackson-pollock/ #JacksonPollock #paintings #modern #art #abstract #expressionism

  • Suzanne Barnes Engemann

    Jackson Pollock (1912-56)  "The Moon Woman" 1942,  oil on canvas, 69”x43”  Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

  • Debbie Battaglia

    Jackson Pollock, Artist, Moon Woman, 1942, oil on canvas, 69 x 43 1/16 inches

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Untitled - c1938-1941 - Colored pencils and graphite on paper - 14 1/4" X 10" - Metropolitan Museum of Art New York - Copyright ARS

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Untitled - c1947 - Gouache, watercolor, colored and watercolor pencils, and ink on paper - H14"XW18-5/8" - Metropolitan Museum of Art - Copyright PKF/ARS

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