Daily contemplation and uplift from the master, Mark Rothko - while keeping track of life
165 x 180 mm, opens to 165 x 355 mm
By long-time US art publisher, Pomegranate, with The National Gallery of Art and The Phillips Collection, Washington
Meet Mark Rothko Renowned artist Mark Rothko (1903–1970) was a central figure in the development of postwar abstract painting in New York, best known for his luminous paintings featuring subtle yet extraordinary colours that mesh with no apparent borders. Painted at commanding scale and full of silent communion with the viewer, Rothko's remarkable legacy was simply expressed by him in 1943: 'We favor the simple expression of the complex thought.'
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