Mark Rothko Iets van de treurigheid in mij ontmoet iets van de treurigheid in jou, zodat we niet alleen zijn.

At Sea in a Teacup 2 - Print by Catherine Campbell Rothko Easy Painting Activity For Kids - Look At All That Color!

"Mark Rothko evokes an experience, however, rather than illustrating one, relying on color, form and scale to move viewers to contemplate the elusive and the spiritual.”

Untitled 1967 Art Print for sale. Shop your favorite Mark Rothko Untitled 1967 Art Print without breaking your banks.

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)  I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind.  Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind. Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually

Mark Rothko ~ "White Center" 1950  I like the use of warm and bright colors in this piece and i love the contrast of the white center with the black line above it to the rest of the painting.

Mark Rothko ~ "White Center" 1950 I like the use of warm and bright colors in this piece and i love the contrast of the white center with the black line above it to the rest of the painting.

Untitled  Mark Rothko (American, born Russia (now Latvia). 1903-1970)  (1968). Synthetic polymer paint on paper, 17 7/8 x 23 7/8" (45.4 x 60.8 cm). Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc. © 2012 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Untitled 1968 Mark Rothko (American, born Russia now Latvia) Synthetic polymer paint on paper, 17 x 23 x cm). Gift of The Mark Rothko Foundation, Inc. © 2012 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

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

Mark Rothko Light red over dark red His paintings have really got to be seen to be fully appreciated. Seeing them fills me with a special kind of reverie.

“Untitled”, 1969, Mark Rothko.

zencalendar: “ The bluebird carries on the sky on his back. —Henry David Thoreau Illustration by Mark Rothko ”

Pinterest
Search