Art and design

23rd September 2005 at 01:00

In groups, pupils make paintings in the style of Jackson Pollock by dripping and pouring paint onto large pieces of paper on the floor.


Morris Louis is another artist who worked by pouring paint onto canvas.

Students can compare his paintings with those of Jackson Pollock, looking at

Why is Jackson Pollock more famous?

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