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topcat77: “ Mark Rothko Untitled, 1969 ”

dailyrothko: “ Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1969 The new article by Christopher Rothko in the NYT gives us a new look at “untitled, in a slightly different light. Not having seen it in person I can’t judge which is more accurate so I’ll leave both.

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Mark Rothko : Red Abstracts

Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1968, Acrylic on paper laid down on panel Happy new year, Rothko lovers

“Mark Rothko, Untitled, Acrylic on paper laid down on panel Merry Christmas, Rothko lovers ”

Daily Rothko

MarkRothko - His paintings have really got to be seen to be fully appreciated. Seeing them fills me with a special kind of reverie.

afroui: “Mark Rothko | red brown ”

afroui: “Mark Rothko | red brown ”

mark rothko(marcus rothkowitz, 1903–70), untitled, 1967. acrylic on paper, mounted on masonite, 1575.9 x 55.9 cm. metropolitan museum of art, new york, usa

Untitled Artist: Mark Rothko (American (born Russia), Dvinsk New York) Date: 1967 Medium: Acrylic on paper, mounted on Masonite Dimensions: 29 x x

mark rothko, dark period.  Rothko's art always seems so simple and yet is always mesmerizes me against my pretension.  I want to say "This isn't art!"  But then the art says to me "Then why can't you look away?"

Mark Rothko has been a favorite ever since I saw two of his paintings in a Newsweek article. I love their fog-like mystery based entirely on color. Here is "Untitled - Navy and Black, -> colourfield painting