Pollock: Convergence

Pollock: Convergence


This product is represented in MoMA's Design collection.

This product is in a MoMA Exhibition.


22h x 36.75w x 2"d



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Product Description

Pollock: Convergence

A reproduction of Convergence, the 1952 painting by Jackson Pollock whose work is featured in the Museum’s collection. Pollock has been the subject of several exhibitions mounted by the Museum’s Painting and Sculpture Department, including a career retrospective in 1998. The reproduction is laminated and comes in a hand-stained 2"-deep frame made from ash wood grown in sustainable forests.

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Product Specs

Type Prints + Posters
Made In the USA
Size 22h x 36.75w x 2"d
Date 1952
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