You can always recognize the work of Jackson Pollock. Even when it's a floor.
This 1991 photograph of Jackson Pollock's East Hampton, New York, studio shows that it was maintained decades after Pollock died. And because Pollock used the noted drip painting style, in which paint and other materials fell onto the canvas, there were a few spills left over.
Another shot of Pollock's studio in 1991. (Susan Wood/Getty Images)
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