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.

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Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm A1

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Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm B7

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Detail from Pollock’s Paradigm B4

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