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Hedda Sterne: Against the Abstract Expressionist Tide

On the 4th of August 1910, Romanian-Jewish artist Hedda Sterne was born as Hedwig Lindenberg in Bucharest. Sterne is remembered as the only woman present in the… 784 more words


Beauty Break: 08.01.15

Color block.


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Abstract by JASON ROHLF
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White Center by Mark Rothko
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Green by Mariana Leon…
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Mark Rothko on painting

“art must always be in a state of flux, the tempo being slow or fast. But it must move.”
Mark Rothko

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Art Thoughts: Rothko

This will probably be of one of a few posts in this series about Rothko. I love his work. I love it. I wrote a paper of length as an undergraduate that explored his identity as a Jewish Russian emigre to the United States around the time of the 1905 Russian Revolution. 195 more words


Rothko No. 14

This is where I would like to be right now: staring into a Rothko abstract. No pressure. No nothing. Just color and whatever it is that brightens it. 38 more words


Mark Rothko Explained

In this short video you will find out everything you need for a basic knowledge of Rothko’s paintings. You may just think they are flat areas of colour, but those flat areas of colour are one of the 20th century’s most recognisable and collectable groups of paintings.

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