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Anneliese Antonucci RR #8 Jackson Pollock, Painting and the Myth of Photography* This article chronicles the myth of Jackson Pollock as presented since his death in 1956. Prior to his death, efforts were made to chronical the life and works of the already well-known painter. As part of the documentation of his methods and work style, at least five hundred photographs, one black and white film and one color film were taken. As part of his body of work, these photographs and films were incorporated. The public greatly appreciated the additional insight and behind-the-scenes version of the artist that the movie and photos provided. They appeared transfixed and incorporated the information into their artistic experience. This reaction led the authors to explore the meaning of the reaction and how it relates to the art itself. The impact that the movie, in particular, would have on the public was not anticipated. Orton states that “one person’s fiction is another’s vivid imagination of a
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