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Researchers were able to contest the authenticity of the works by proving pigments used in the paintings, like the lightfast pyrrole red, PR 254, had not even been discovered until after Pollock’s death in 1956.
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Origin and Etymology of pyrrole
First Known Use: 1835See Words from the same year
medical Definition of pyrrole
pyrrolicplay \pir-ˈō-lik\ adjective
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