Name: Male and Female.
Artist: Jackson Pollock
Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art
"Jackson Pollock's painting Male and Female has long been recognized as a pivotal work in the artist's career. Completed around 1942 shortly after Pollock underwent Jungian analysis, the painting's imagery is generally attributed to the autonomic manifestation of Jungian archetypes. Consequently, Male and Female is reproduced in numerous scholarly publications, and is acclaimed as a significant step in Pollock's search for prelogical expression - one which eventually culminates in his drip paintings." (Suzette Doyon-Bernard)