The LA Times has a saga that may reveal a new, very big Pollock:

“Pink Spring,” which sits 8 feet wide and 3 feet tall, is executed in Pollock’s signature drip style. It hasn’t been formally authenticated, but O’Donnell believes it’s real in large part because of a piece of writing on the back of the canvas that he said has been verified as belonging to artist Lee Krasner, who was married to Pollock and oversaw their estate.

Is this a real Jackson Pollock? L.A. power lawyer sues over potential $100-million mystery.