Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko The pioneer of abstract colour painting is documented here Rothko s childhood his student days at Yale his early career and his crucial role in the development of the New York School of Abstract Ex

  • Title: Mark Rothko
  • Author: Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud
  • ISBN: 9780810915879
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The pioneer of abstract colour painting is documented here Rothko s childhood, his student days at Yale, his early career, and his crucial role in the development of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism are described, and the progression of his work analyzed.

    • Mark Rothko by Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud
      430 Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud
    • thumbnail Title: Mark Rothko by Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud
      Posted by:Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud
      Published :2019-07-11T19:22:26+00:00


    About “Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud

    • Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud

      Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Mark Rothko book, this is one of the most wanted Diane Waldman Bernard Malamud author readers around the world.



    674 thoughts on “Mark Rothko

    • a great book : well written biography, an overview from early to late works, nice photo's and well reproduced paintings (which is a difficult task).Only downside is that there are some of the reproductions are in black and white, while the paintings are in colour.


    • As a general note, I am very pleased with the care Taschen puts into their art books.The book gave a very good precis of Rothko's life in a small volume. This is a slim and affordable book, but the illustrations are incredibly well chosen, and the color printing is just fabulous. The version I bought was a trade paperback. With Rothko's work, much relies on subtle flutterings of hue and value and luminous variations of nearly monochrome fields, and merely good illustrations would lose so much. T [...]


    • The commentary is informative and interesting and is well-written throughout. The reproductions of the paintings are mostly great, but why in the world did they not go ahead and get color reproductions of all of them? The color prints looked amazing but the ones printed in grayscale seemed pointless. I got this from the library so I'm not too disappointed but I wouldn't own this book because of that.


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *