Condition: Near Fine. 144 pages 115 illustrations 96 in color. Some minor discoloration to the dust-jacket and edges consistent with age now protected with a Mylar cover. Introduction by Dore Ashton. Bonnie Clearwater, is the former curator of the Mark Rothko Foundation. Includes eighty-six drawings and sketches reproduced in full color dating from the late 1920s through 1969.

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Mark Rothko, a monumental figure in twentieth-century American art and a founder of Abstract Expressionism, is universally known for his huge paintings depicting floating rectangles of glowing colours. Less well known are his works on paper: he held on to most of these, and they were unavailable and largely unknown during his lifetime and during the long years of litigation that followed his death. Now the finest of them can, at last, be seen. Very Good Condition.


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