May 20, 2011
“How often have you heard people describe artworks by artists such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko or Cy Twombly as drawings that a 5-year-old child could have made? The answer is probably, very often. But is this true? Can children produce art whose perceived quality, as least by widespread artistic circles, matches that of renowned artists who sell their art for millions of dollars?”
Now, when I see art I may stop and wonder if I should buy the painting or paint one myself?
Study Examines Difference Between Abstract Expressionist Masterpieces And Paintings By Children.