In a season of terrific exhibitions, the Pollock show at the Museum of Modern Art was a knockout. Drawn from their own collection, it featured paintings and works on paper by one of the most important and influential American artists of the twentieth century. Today and tomorrow are the very last days to see Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934-1954.
|Jackson Pollock, Mexican Bandits, 1939|
Showing here is our Pollock Greeting Card, a rare humorous drawing, Mexican Bandits, 1939.
O’Connor/Thaw Volume 4, Number 945
Watercolor, crayon, and ink, on sheet 5 x 12 inches.
There is a preliminary sketch for this subject on the back of one of the “psychoanalytic drawings” in the raisonné, number 3:520.