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  • Pip Gunsch-van Glabbeek

    "I don’t express myself in my paintings. I express my not-self." –Mark Rothko, born today, September 25th in 1903 (left us in 1970). Painting: Mark Rothko, Green Over Blue, 1956

  • Ludovic Monroe

    Mark Rothko. His paintings are the most inspirational of all for me.

  • Adrian McMahon

    Abstract art inspirations: Best of the week discoveries (II) | yasoypintor

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