Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, East Hampton

4.7
#2 of 9 in Historic Sites in Hamptons
Historic Site · Tourist Spot
In November 1945, Jackson Pollock and his wife Lee Krasner moved to what is now known as the Pollock-Krasner House and Studio in Springs in the town of East Hampton on Long Island, New York. The wood-frame house on 1.56 acres (0.63 ha) with a nearby barn is on Accobonac Creek.
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  • Really fascinating to see the place where so much of Pollock and Krasner's work was created - and so much drama unfolded.  more »
  • But well worth seeing the dwelling and you can get a good sense of the painter. It’s now in the National register.  more »
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  • An amazing and fun learning experience. Listening to Karyn Mannix talk about Jackson Pollock is like stepping back in time and speaking with the artist himself. The studio is awe inspiring and we even got to try our hand at drip painting. Well worth it!!!
  • Enjoyed this visit. It began by parking in a nearby elementary school parking lot & being shuttled in a very clean, sleek 4-wheel drive to the home. The guide & artist David made the difference. He knew a lot about the studio & artist. I had a special affinity with the artist because our National Gallery in Canberra, Australia, owns Jackson's Blue Poles. The surrounds were lovely. However, this venue would be challenging for someone in a wheelchair.

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