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Mark Rothko (1903–1970) introduced a new form of Abstractionism characterized by broad swaths of paint applied to enormous canvases. Presented with ambiguous titles to keep viewers free from influence, Rothko utilized a spare palette with the darkest shades generally placed at the top to symbolize the mental depression that plagued him, evincing a masterful use of color that conveys an intimate, intense message without the crutch of concrete subject matter.
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High-quality print on heavy paper. Printed with vibrant color-fast inks.
Mounted on foam core with single white mat in a 2” contemporary black composite/vinyl frame with Plexi and wire for hanging.
H 36” W 34” D 0.88”
Founded over 30 years ago, McGaw Graphics’ main focus is to fill the world with great art. The company is based in the Green Mountains of Vermont, and it offers a catalog of over 5,000 prints, ranging from abstracts to landscapes and fine art masterpieces. Its reproductions of works by Warhol, Lichtenstein, Johns, and other renowned artists have been featured on Fab.
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