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  • Robert Ginn

    Mark Rothko. No. 10. 1950. Oil on canvas, 7' 6 3/8" x 57 1/8" (229.6 x 145.1 cm). Gift of Philip Johnson. © 1998 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

  • Denise Stovell

    Mark Rothko. No 10. oil on canvas. 1950. I think this would look lovely in a beach house.

  • Gloria Acosta

    Mark Rothko. No 10. oil on canvas. 1950. If you study Art History, his story is very compelling.

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No. 10, 1950 by Mark Rothko ( I see: tin purple or cloudy blue, Winoker yellow, caramel on white stoneware)