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by Mark Rothko
American, born Russia (now Latvia), 1903-1970
No.3/No.13, 1949
Oil on canvas
The Musefum of Modern Art, New York


A Self Portrait.

I made this video partly to prove to myself that I could shoot sharp, crisp images. The past two videos I made (Reader. and… 443 more words

Canon 60D Films


I paint very large pictures. I realize that historically the function of painting large picture is painting something very grandiose and pompous. The reason I paint them, however – I think it applies to other painters I know – is precisely because I want to be very intimate and human. 108 more words


Patterns of Planes, Shades of Rothko

The pattern in these images may come from planes flying into the sunset, but the atmosphere reminds me of paintings by Mark Rothko.


Haiku, The Artist's Reality


“If you could express – essence in words, you wouldn’t – need to paint or sculpt”

Families Take Rothko, Stella By Storm

Published in the New Haven Independent February 4, 2015.

On the third floor of the Yale University Art Gallery, a squeaky but sure conversation about Rothko was afoot as a pint-sized New Havener and his mother compared notes on the artist’s… 41 more words

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