Let Us Analyze Famous Drips

The drips of painter Jackson Pollock, famed in the art word for his characteristic manner of dripping paint, lend themselves to analysis by physicists. One such analysis is:

What It Says on the Tin: A Preliminary Study of the Set of Paint Cans and the Floor in the Pollock-Krasner Studio,” Nicholas Eastaugh and Bhavini Gorsia, in Pollock Matters, Ellen G. Landau and Claude Cernuschi, eds. McMullen Museum, August 2007.

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