The essay "How do Greenberg and Rosenberg interpret Pollocks work differently" discusses How do two critics, Greenberg and Rosenberg, interpret Pollocks work. On the other hand, Greenberg interprets Pollock's work by focusing more on its technical and formal aspects of the analysis. The technical aspects of the analysis include among others style of the painting, form and texture of the work of art. The interpretation of Pollock's work by Rosenberg is more vivid and also relevant in analyzing paintings. This is because the interpretation seeks to explain the author's imaginations that generate an event on the canvas through portraying the author's actual self-expression from within. The painting contains the revelation of the artist that is as a result of the imagination. Paintings that is made through such an action of the painter are inseparable from the artists biography since portrays their thoughts and personality on the canvas. Paintings portray the painter’s inner feelings and ideas about certain things through pictures. Several artists use painting as a major source of passing message and information. The use of painting carries very strong message in picture form and reaches several people through their emotions. Pollock’s paintings are like autumn rhythm and reinforce the ideas of Rosenberg and Greenberg of modern art through special motive for extinguishing the objects to be portrayed in the painting. Pollock’s method involved reproducing and redesigning the image.