Mark Rothko:
Painting "No. 7 or No. 11" (1949), Framed


Mark Rothko:
Painting "No. 7 or No. 11" (1949), Framed

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Reproduction on paper | Mat | Framed | Glazed | Format ca. 105 x 72 cm (H/W)

Mark Rothko: Painting "No. 7 or No. 11" (1949), Framed

High-quality fine art painting. Reproduction on paper. Dustproof framed with passe-partout and UV protection acrylic glass. In handcrafted, brown solid wood framing. Format approx. 105 x 72 cm (H/W).

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Mark Rothko (1903-1970) is next to Jackson Pollock's second major representative of the American abstract expressionism. His large format marked side by side and superimposed monochrome colour surfaces works are aimed at precisely calculated light and space effects, on an almost meditative interaction between picture and viewer. So Rothko took the offer to develop a concept for an interfaith prayer room (the "Rothko Chapel" in Houston.

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