Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko The catalogue for the first major American retrospective of the work of Mark Rothko in years scheduled to open at the National Gallery in May this richly illustrated book reproduces of Rothko s

  • Title: Mark Rothko
  • Author: Jeffrey S. Weiss John Gage Carol Mancusi-Ungaro Barbara Novak Mark Rosenthal Jessica Stewart Brian O'Doherty
  • ISBN: 9780300081930
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • The catalogue for the first major American retrospective of the work of Mark Rothko in 20 years scheduled to open at the National Gallery in May this richly illustrated book reproduces 100 of Rothko s paintings, prints, and drawings in full color, and features commentaries by many noted art experts.

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      Published :2018-07-23T00:46:36+00:00

    One thought on “Mark Rothko”

    1. I learned a tremendous amount about Rothko's works from reading this book. However, as with all art books, the pictures of his paintings were only vauge approximations of the artist's work & it wasn't always possible to see what was being described, like in the drip pattern.

    2. no art book could contain the largeness of Rothko's work. Jumps off the page, and you just wish it was even bigger. Nothing like seeing a real Rothko, but still impressive.

    3. The images in this book are the most accurate reproductions of Rothko's work that I have seen in bound form. The essays were not anything enlightening, but the interviews were great.

    4. Wonderful art but I would have preferred more biographical data integrated with the prints. I suppose I should just read a Rothko biography!

    5. Catalog to an amazing exhibit. This is about as good as you can get with a Rothko book considering the difficulty of trying to reproduce the color and scale of his work.

    6. Superbly designed catalog by Margaret Bauer of the National Gallery of Art, offering a brilliant representation of Rothko's works from a landmark exhibition.

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