Enamel Paint

There’s no standard for what makes a paint an ‘enamel paint’ — it’s more of a loose category of high-gloss, high-durability oil-based paints, often used in commercial applications. While not often used for artworks, Picasso sometimes dabbled with these commercial paints, and Jackson Pollock used them in his famous drip paintings. Paint is paint, after all.

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Horse Attacked by a Lion, George Stubbs

Horse Attacked by a Lion George Stubbs, 1769

Bird in Motion, Fortunato Depero

Bird in Motion Fortunato Depero, 1916

Autumn Rhythm (Number 30), Jackson Pollock

Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) Jackson Pollock, 1950

Number 18, Jackson Pollock

Number 18 Jackson Pollock, 1950

White Light, Jackson Pollock

White Light Jackson Pollock, 1954

Reborn Sounds of Childhood Dreams, Ibrahim El-Salahi

Reborn Sounds of Childhood Dreams Ibrahim El-Salahi, 1961 – 1965

Untitled, Eva Hesse

Untitled Eva Hesse, 1966

Untitled, Ibrahim El-Salahi

Untitled Ibrahim El-Salahi, 1967

White birds sitting in the tree, Edward Saidi Tingatinga

White birds sitting in the tree Edward Saidi Tingatinga, 1970

Outside the Coal Mine, Thornton Dial

Outside the Coal Mine Thornton Dial, 1994

Trophies (Doll Factory), Thornton Dial

Trophies (Doll Factory) Thornton Dial, 1999

Don't Matter How Raggly the Flag, It Still Got to Tie Us Together, Thornton Dial

Don't Matter How Raggly the Flag, It Still Got to Tie Us Together Thornton Dial, 2003

The Beginning Of Life In The Yellow Jungle, Thornton Dial

The Beginning Of Life In The Yellow Jungle Thornton Dial, 2003

Looking for the Right Spot, Thornton Dial

Looking for the Right Spot Thornton Dial, 2004

Magdalena, Richard Hambleton

Magdalena Richard Hambleton, 2007

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