The Creative Genius of Drip/Pour Painting
Revealed in the Masterful Works of Pollock’s Paradigm

Pollock’s Paradigm is the name given to a large collection of drip-pour masterworks attributed to Jackson Pollock. This collection was acquired beginning in 1955 from a girlfriend of Jackson Pollock named Helen. She had been in possession of the paintings at the time of Pollock’s untimely fatal car crash on August 11, 1956. Helen Frankenthaler was a good friend and fellow abstract expressionist artist who lived near Jackson Pollock in the 1950’s. Our research indicates that Helen Frankenthaler played a significant roll in the history of this collection. For the past seventeen years, the provenance and scientific findings of this collection have been researched by the Wyoming Working Group.


Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm A1


Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm B7



Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm B4

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