I LOVE this painting! I WISH it were in my bedroom so it was what I saw as I fell asleep and when I first woke up! LOVE!!!!!! I feel it!!!! Mark Rothko

I LOVE this painting! I WISH it were in my bedroom so it was what I saw as I fell asleep and when I first woke up! LOVE!!!!!! I feel it!!!! Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko ~ copper Brown and orange/yellow/red abstract is sophisticated and subtle #11, 1950

Mark Rothko ~ copper Brown and orange/yellow/red abstract is sophisticated and subtle #11, 1950

mark rothko/ I have one of his, reprint. Very powerful.  https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

mark rothko/ I have one of his, reprint. Very powerful. https://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

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Mark Rothko, No. 10,1950. Oil on canvas, 229.2 x 146.4 cm (90 1/4 x 57 5/8), The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Philip Johnson, 1952, © 1998, The Museum of Modern Art, New York    By 1950 Rothko had reduced the number of floating rectangles to two, three, or four and aligned them vertically against a colored ground, arriving at his signature style.

Mark Rothko, No. 10,1950. Oil on canvas, 229.2 x 146.4 cm (90 1/4 x 57 5/8), The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Gift of Philip Johnson, 1952, © 1998, The Museum of Modern Art, New York By 1950 Rothko had reduced the number of floating rectangles to two, three, or four and aligned them vertically against a colored ground, arriving at his signature style.


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Rothko + It was only the sea sounding weary After so many lifetimes Of pretending to be rushing off somewhere And never getting anywhere. — Charles Simic, from “Late September” (via mitochondria) +

Rothko + It was only the sea sounding weary After so many lifetimes Of pretending to be rushing off somewhere And never getting anywhere. — Charles Simic, from “Late September” (via mitochondria) +

Yellow, Cherry, Orange Artist: Mark Rothko Completion Date: 1947 Style: Color Field Painting Genre: abstract Technique: oil on canvas Dimensions: 173 x 107 cm

Yellow, Cherry, Orange Artist: Mark Rothko Completion Date: 1947 Style: Color Field Painting Genre: abstract Technique: oil on canvas Dimensions: 173 x 107 cm

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