indefenseofart: “Left: Ellsworth Kelly, Yellow over Dark Blue, 1964-5 Right: Mark Rothko, Yellow, Blue and Orange, 1955 Ellsworth Kelly met Rothko at a party in MoMA in 1961. Postwar American painters...
No. 6 (Yellow, White, Blue Over Yellow on Gray), 1954 - Mark Rothko - WikiArt.org
‘No. 6 (Yellow, White, Blue Over Yellow on Gray)’ was created in 1954 by Mark Rothko in Color Field Painting style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
No 1 Untitled Royal Red and Blue 1954 Painting By Mark Rothko
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‘Untitled’, Mark Rothko, c.1950–2 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Untitled’, Mark Rothko, c.1950–2 on display at Tate St Ives. In his mature work, Rothko abandoned specific reference to nature in order to paint images with universal associations. By the late 1940s he had developed a style in which hazy, luminous rectangles float within a vertical format. Rothko wrote that the great artistic achievements of the past were pictures of the human figure alone in a moment of utter immobility. He sought to create his own version of this solitary…