Mark Rothko

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Noun1.Mark Rothko - United States abstract painter (born in Russia) whose paintings are characterized by horizontal bands of color with indistinct boundaries (1903-1970)
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She lists Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock as her inspiration.
It included works by Mark Rothko, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Francis Bacon, Marcel Duchamp and Edgar Degas, many of which have not been seen outside Tehran for four decades.
The European public is familiar with Georgia O'Keefe, Edward Hopper and Mark Rothko.
The story is almost too neat: Mark Rothko states that his paintings are about death, above all, and as he nears the end of his life, cut short in 1970 by his own hand, his palette grows darker and darker.
Academy Award nominated writer John Logan's hit Broadway play Red , which delves into the life of the legendary artist Mark Rothko, will have be staged in Dubai's The Junction in Alserkal Avenue on October 29 at 7pm.
Founded in 1968, the Saturday Group is comparable with other prolific artist groups such as Eduouard Manet's 'bohemes' that met at Cafe Guerboi in 19th-century Paris, and the Cedar Bar Group of New York in the '50s that had the likes of Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko.
Mark Rothko stated that art is an adventure into an unknown world, which can only be explored by those willing to take the risks.
How on earth can a plain canvas with a blue stripe across the middle by Mark Rothko be worth PS1million let alone PS22m (Mirror, May 13)?
The Klimt and Mark Rothko ones are slightly easier because it's all about colour and pattern, but Van Gogh and Monet were trickier.
Mizrahi once produced a line inspired by Mark Rothko.
Proceeds will go towards the maintenance of the Rothko Chapel, in Houston, a gallery inspired by the mural canvases of American painter Mark Rothko.
He analyzes political cartoons and prints in left-wing Yiddish and English-language newspapers and magazines to illustrate how these artists commented on current events using biblical and other Jewish references, including artists like William Gropper, Mark Rothko, Leon Israel, and Louis Ribak.