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Blue and gray, 1970 by Mark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz) (1903-1970, Latvia) | Famous Paintings Reproductions | WahooArt.com

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Reproductions Blue And Gray - 1970 By Mark Rothko , Artworks
Blue and gray, 1970 by Mark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz) (1903-1970, Latvia) | Famous Paintings Reproductions | WahooArt.com
Reproductions Blue And Gray - 1970 By Mark Rothko , Artworks

"Blue and gray"

Mark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz) - Acrylic On Canvas - 203 x 176 cm - 1970 - (National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States))

When asked about the 'grey and black' paintings, Rothko said, quite simply, that they were about death. They are desolate, empty images, but they also afford a richly ambiguous visual experience. Their landscape like qualities, with the black at the top — an Arctic wasteland under a vast and empty sky — is at the same time more deathlike.



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When asked about the 'grey and black' paintings, Rothko said, quite simply, that they were about death. They are desolate, empty images, but they also afford a richly ambiguous visual experience. Their landscape like qualities, with the black at the top — an Arctic wasteland under a vast and empty sky — is at the same time more deathlike.
Mark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz)
Acrylic On Canvas
Acrylic On Canvas