From An Eye-Popping Mid-Century Apartment Filled With Pollocks, Klines, and de Koonings:
Ben Heller bought Jackson Pollock’s One, Number 31, 1950, when he lived in an apartment with lower ceilings. When he and Pollock installed the painting, it was too tall for the room; Pollock shrugged and stapled the top few inches of the canvas to the ceiling.
I have one Pollock print in my apartment. Imagine having three Pollock originals in your apartment.