It belongs to the Metropolitan museum of Art. The credit line to this piece of art belongs to George A. Hearn Fund, 1957.
Judging from this piece, I get to realize that Jackson Pollock was a prime champion of his time.by standing before this abstract painting and many others that he has done, one can observe his level of fineness. One immediately realizes that he was the greatest painter America ever produced.
My attraction and appreciation of this piece shows my love for abstract painting. My desire to produce such fine work is engraved to the feeling of desire to achieve the levels of success that Jackson did. It also shows my belief in expressing emotions efficiently through abstract painting.
The metropolitan museum of art. Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) Jackson Pollock (American, Cody, Wyoming 1912–1956 East Hampton, New York): retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/210009206. Retrieved on