There are two Holy Grails of modern and contemporary art collecting. The first would be the re-discovery of the Vincent Van Gogh self-portrait, The Artist on the Road to Tarascon (1888), which disappeared from being stored in a salt mine during World War II. The other would be the emergence of a previously unknown Jackson […]
Jackson Pollock was known primarily for his classic “Drip” paintings. But he also produced a provocative group of drawings that laid bare his soul.