Jackson Pollock and Jazz | Fats Waller / Lester Young / Louis Armstrong / Jimmy Yancey / Count Basie / Ornette Coleman

Hans Namuth, Jackson Pollock Painting, 1950
Jackson Pollock: Number 8, 1949
Hans Namuth, Jackson Pollock Painting, 1950

Fats Waller - Moppin And Boppin                       Lester Young - One O' Clock Jump 

Jackson Pollock’s house and studio in the Hamptons. The studio where Pollock painted most of his
 infamous drip paintings and worked until his untimely death in 1956.
 Pollock/Krasner House (East Hampton. New York) 

Louis Armstrong - Mahogany Hall Stomp 

 Pollock/Krasner House (East Hampton. New York) 

  
Jimmy Yancey – Yancey's Bugle Call
 Jackson Pollock, Greyed Rainbow, 1953


Count Basie - Jumpin' at the Woodside

J. Pollock’s studio
The White Light (1954) by Jackson Pollock appeared on Ornette Coleman’s Free Jazz (1961)
The cover was a gatefold with a cutout window in the lower left corner, allowing a glimpse of the painting;
 opening the cover revealed the full artwork.

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