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Mark Rothko, 1961

Mark Rothko, artist Mark Rothko, born Markus Yakovlevich Rotkovich, was an American painter of Russian Jewish descent. Although Rothko himself refused to adhere to any art movement, he is generally identified as an Abstract Expressionist.

precious things — fallow store: by Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko Light red over dark red His paintings have really got to be seen to be fully appreciated. Seeing them fills me with a special kind of reverie.

Mark Rothko. Painter.His pictures hum with about 110v.Kept his art sharp on the whetstone of suicide which he gruesomely gave into.

Citation: Mark Rothko at work, 1952 / Kay Bell Reynal, photographer. [Photographs of artists taken by Kay Bell Reynal], Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

On Location With Rick Lee: Looks like a Rothko -- photographer Rick Lee says, "I took this photo in the alley behind my office. It's a spot where some graffiti has been painted over."

On Location With Rick Lee: Looks like a Rothko -- photographer Rick Lee says, "I took this photo in the alley behind my office. It's a spot where some graffiti has been painted over.

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“Tragedy, Ecstasy and Doom” – The Paintings Of Mark Rothko This is one of my favorite Rothko paintings because it's so vibrant and the complimentary Orange Red and Purple have a really positive vibe for me!

Mark Rothko Iets van de treurigheid in mij ontmoet iets van de treurigheid in jou, zodat we niet alleen zijn.

At Sea in a Teacup 2 - Print by Catherine Campbell Rothko Easy Painting Activity For Kids - Look At All That Color!

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