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This is a typical example of Jackson Pollock's artwork. Firstly it shows a large scale of this painting. Dark colors like black and brown work together with white form a large contrast. Random curves and irregular dots are the most frequent symbols in this painting, since he created his painting by dripping and splashing paint. No two lines are exactly the same shape, and no two dots are exactly the same size. There is no rule of forming this painting, but whatever Pollock wanted it to be.

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