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Mark Rothko - "Yellow, Charcoal, Brown" This is brilliant! I am so excited to start on mine.

Mark Rothko | No. 19, 1949. One of the many things I love about Rothko is that even through his beautiful colors and brush strokes you can see the canvas.

Rothko's early "multiforms" paintings display an affinity for bright, vibrant colors, particularly reds and yellows. By the mid 1950s, however, close to a decade after the completion of the first "multiforms", Rothko began to employ dark blues and greens...

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No. 21 - 1949. Mark Rothko - In the pivotal year of 1949, Rothko distanced himself from his Surrealist-inspired work of the 1940s and began to explore pure abstraction by painting soft-focus squares in diaphanous colors.

One of those Mark Rothko's I actually like. Looks like a lakeshore @ dusk.

I think i could make this with the help of my friend Mrs. Julie. I think it could go over my fireplace.

Originally re-pinned with the existing label "Rothko" - Now I find it labeled "Emerald Bay" by Erin Ashley in Florida. Sorry for the mistake.