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 (rŏth′kō), Mark Originally Marcus Rothkowitz. 1903-1970.
Russian-born American abstract expressionist painter whose works are characterized by horizontal bands of subtle color with blurred edges.
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(Biography) Mark. 1903–70, US abstract expressionist painter, born in Russia
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(ˈrɒθ koʊ)

Mark, 1903–70, U.S. painter, born in Russia.
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Noun1.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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Rothko accomplishes the slippage from Bnai Brak and Passover to Last Supper, from Jewish to Christian narrative via the title and elimination of references either implicitly or explicitly Jewish.
Yet another heuristic encounter with Giotto would be witnessed in the heights of modern criticism (for example, Clement Greenberg) or abstract painting, as in the work of Mark Rothko. This paper will explore the philosophical significance of this reappropriation of Giotto's work in Hegel's contemporaries and, in turn, its echo in modern painting and criticism.
The play, which imagines the painter Mark Rothko's time working on the Seagram Murals in the late 1950s, was locally premiered in 2013 by The Necessary Theatre, in a 'first-rate treatment [anchored by] the crackerjack tandem of Bart Guingona [as Rothko] and Joaquin Valdes as his (fictional) apprentice,' as former Inquirer Theater editor Gibbs Cadiz wrote in his year-end roundup that year.
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In Houston, in a small middle-class neighborhood, on a quiet street lined with oak trees, sits the unassuming Rothko Chapel, surrounded by a big lawn, a wall of overgrown bamboo, and a reflecting pool that enshrines Barnett Newman's imposing steel monument, Broken Obelisk.
To think through the questions raised by this proposition, Crow constructs a countergenealogy of twentieth-century art, setting out a short history of artists whose work retains a religious dimension: the Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko, the New Zealand painter (of, inter alia, Bible texts) Colin McCahon, the Land artist Robert Smithson, the Light and Space artist James Turrell, and the political printmaker Sister Corita Kent.
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.
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Its huge price-tag is largely due to who created it - Mark Rothko, one of America's most celebrated artists.
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Proceeds will go towards the maintenance of the Rothko Chapel, in Houston, a gallery inspired by the mural canvases of American painter Mark Rothko.