Lost Jackson Pollock Found in Sun City, AZ
From the estate of Jenifer Gordon (Cosgriff), friend of Clement Greenberg (influential visual art critic most closely associated with American Modern art of the mid-20th century) and Hazel Guggenheim McKinley (mid-20th century modern artist and sister of Peggy Guggenheim) was in possession of various notable and listed art from the modern art movement during the same period, including an authenticated Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Cora Kelley Ward, David Porter, John Charles Ford, Louis Siegriest, Isamu Noguchi and this Pollock. Full biographic story available upon request.
A Jackson Pollock piece at the Betty Parsons Gallery in New York featured in a 1951 Vogue spread
Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)
Abstract composition in the style of Abstract Expressionism
Mixed, enamel and water based paints
Paper glued to Masonite
22 ½ x 32 inches
Markings, date, signature:
$10,000,000 – $15,000,000
To request information or to schedule a private preview:
Peter Paul Biro (Forensic Studies in Art)
“… the dating of the painting to the mid twentieth century is well established as no pigments or binding media introduced in the late 1950s and 1960s have been detected. Furthermore, the artist’s working materials and painting technique are illuminated.” Full forensics report available upon request.
Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) Untitled Gouache
June 19 from 4-7pm and by request
June 20 at 11am
News coverage on the story and upcoming auction of the Untitled Gouache by Jackson Pollock.
Other Notable Works
Pieces from distinguished and listed artists found with the estate. These artists were all from the same time period and in the same circle of friends.