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Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. 14, 1960' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)  I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind.  Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually very purposeful.

Viewing Mark Rothko's 'No. at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) I just saw this the other day. I never used to appreciate Rothko, but seeing this painting up close changed my mind. Seemingly simple enough, but each stroke is actually

The Tate's Mark Rothko exhibit: a room with a view of the subconscious  http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2011/mar/30/tate-modern-mark-rothko-room    Rothko's apocalyptic, wine-red paintings of illusory windows or doors take viewers to disorientating depths of the imagination

The Tate's Mark Rothko exhibit: a room with a view of the subconscious

the Mark Rothko room at London's Tate Modern. Photograph: David Sillitoe for the Guardian

becoming art

Rothko - I love watching people looking at art. To me, this guy almost becomes part of the art. Painting by Rothko.

Untitled [Whites, Blacks, Grays on Maroon], 1963 // Mark Rothko

// art by mark rothko untitled [white, blacks, grays on maroon], 1963

J'ai chez moi autant de reproductions de Rothko que de vraies toiles de Léopold Plomteux. Six en tout, les deux confondus ! Je ne suis pas c...

Don't think about composition, don't consider color balance: Rothko won't let you.His paintings insist that we experience the feelings, nothing more.