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Mark Rothko (Russian: Марк Ро́тко; born Ма́ркус Я́ковлевич Ротко́вич Marcus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz) (September 25, 1903 – February 25, 1970), was a Russian-American painter....

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  • Most Expensive Mark Rothko Paintings in the World - EALUXE....

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    Let's just step into the marvellous universe of art with the Most Expensive Mark Rothko Paintings in the World. | Check the most expensive paintings |
  • Genius Blog | Charlene and Brenda in the Blogosphere

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    The tyrant is abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko (1903-1970). Their wide-ranging apposition takes place in Rothko's Bowery studio over two years (circa 1958-1959), during which Ken acts as Rothko's assistant, cleaning brushes, ...
  • HA Sigg's symmetry deems success - The Miami Student

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    Likened to other post-war painters seeking alternative intellectual grounds for their work, like the work of “color-field” painter Mark Rothko, or Barrett Newman, the suggestive yet delicate lines of Sigg's brushwork recall the human hand more&
  • Time is dead as long as it is being clicked off by little ...

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    Philip Guston, Jimmy Ernst, Seymour H. Knox, Jr., Franz Kline, Robert Motherwell, and Mark Rothko at the May 15, 1957, opening of Contemporary Art—Acquisitions 1954–1957, Albright Art Gallery. It is only coincidence that I just finished a ...
  • Hauntingly Gorgeous Photos Show The Life Of An Iceberg From ....

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    Trained as a painter, Harsent was inspired by the works of Mark Rothko, specifically “Grey on Black,” and the painter's red-toned “Seagram” series, which Harsent encountered as a young boy growing up in England. “What I love about Rothko ...
  • A family celebration | onCampus

      Blog Source: | 6 days ago
    Wexner began collecting art in the mid 1970s, focusing on modern artists such as Franz Kline, Mark Rothko and Willem deKooning. In 1986, he purchased a significant work by Picasso and began to more keenly focus on modern masters.
  • Rothko Forgeries and Religious Services in Public Schools - ...

      Blog Source: | 13 days ago
    New York art gallery Knoedler & Company, several of its employees, and an art historian are being sued by Frank J. Fertitta III, a man who claims that the gallery knowingly sold him a forged Rothko painting for over $7 million, reports The New
  • “Red” by San Diego REPertory Theatre. - Stage and Cinema

      Blog Source: | 13 days ago
    L-R Jason Maddy and John Vickery in San Diego REP's production of RED. The main character is real-life abstract impressionist painter Mark Rothko, played by John Vickery. Rothko is smug and pretentious in his ideas of what art is and what ...
  • The Lightness of Flight | The Art Life

      Blog Source: | 13 days ago
    From Sharne Wolff... For an artist like Mark Rothko painting in colour was thought to express invisible states of mind. A use of colour carefully combined with scale and distance led to a subsequent reaction from the viewer. In her exhibition ...
  • Revisiting The New York School - John Steppling

      Blog Source: | 13 days ago
    Mark Rothko. The world of Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons is meant to be sold, it is media friendly, it is ironic and aware of its own culture. Pollock's deep mental instability, Rothko's suicide, Gorky's psychic wounds, from a childhood exile

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