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    Pollack's Art: A Work of "Fine Art"

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    Please discuss the following: Interpret Jackson Pollock's Convergence as a work of "fine art" as opposed to an arbitrary composition.

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    As you compose your arguments, here are some ideas to assist with your inquiry:

    First, you might emphasize how Pollack's unique artistic genre is evidence of "fine art." You might focus on his action painting. While other artists limit themselves to conventional works, his pieces are gigantic. You might want to highlight his authentic style as he used multiple layers and even dumped paint to convey his themes.

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    In about 230 words, this solution presents three ideas which can be utilized in formulating arguments around why Jackson Pollock's Convergence is a work of "fine art" as opposed to an arbitrary painting. In addition, several websites are included as good additional sources to access in order to garner further information on this topic.