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Mark Rothko’s distinct form of Abstractionism is characterized by broad swaths of paint applied to enormous canvases. His monumental paintings have a way of engulfing their audience, and are presented with ambiguous titles to keep viewers free from influence. Rothko utilized a spare palette with the darkest shades placed at the top to symbolize the mental depression that plagued him, showing a masterful use of color that conveys an intimate, intense message without the crutch of concrete subject matter.
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Reproduction print of No. 6, ca. 1951 by Mark Rothko. Unframed.
Multi, Red, Green
W 24” H 36”
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