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Mark Rothko 1903- 1970
Bathers or Beach Scene 1933/34 Christopher Rothko collection
Untitled subway 1937 National Gallery of Art Washington
Entrance to the subway 1938 Collection of Kate Rothko.
Underground Fantasy 1940 National Gallery of Art Washington
Antigone 1939/40 National gallery of Art Washington D.C.
In Limbo 1941 Washburn Gallery Ney York.
The Omen of the The Eagle 1942 National Gallery
The Omen 1943 National Gallery of Art Washington D.C.
Slow Swirl at Edge of Sea 1945. Museum of Modern Art New York.
Rites of lilith 1945
1945-R Clyfford Still Private Collection.
1947-J Clyfford Still
Red Studio 1911 Matisse
Multiform 1948 National Gallery of Australia Canberra
Multiform No 9. National Gallery Of Art 1948
No 18 1948 Tel Aviv Collection of Joseph Hackmey
Untitled Violet, Black, Orange, Yellow on White and Red 1949 The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum New York
No 3/ No 13 Mantegna,Black,Green on Orange 1949 Museum of Modern Art New York
No. 5 1949 Chysler Museum of Art Norfolk VA.
No 24 1951 Tel Aviv Museum of Art
No. 15 1952 Private Collection
No 61 Rust on Blue 1953 Museum of Contempary Art Los Angeles
No 6 Yellow, White, Blue over Yellow on Grey 1954. Private collection
Hommage to Matisse, 1954. Edward R. Brodia Trust.
Untitled (Deep Red on Maroon). 1958 Chiba-Ken Japan, Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art.
Mural no. 1 (Seagram Mural Sketch). 1958 Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art.
Seagram Mural no 3 Black on Maroon 1958 Tate Modern Museum of Art London.
Red on Maroon 1959. Tate Modern Gallery London
Panel One (Harvard Mural Ttiptych 1962. Harvard, Fogg Art Museum
Harvard mural 6
Rothko Chapel, Houston Texas interior
Southeast angle-wall triptych Rothko Chapel
Rothko Chapel Triptych Houston Texas
Center Triptych Rothko Chapel
Untitled 1968 Private Collection
Untitled 1969. Private Collection.
Untitled Black on Grey 1969/70. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum New York.
White Center (Yellow,Pink and Lavender on Rose) 1950
Untitled 17 1961
Orange, Red, Yellow 1961 (no 693)
Piet MondrianPiet Mondrian and the primary colorsand the primary colors.
The helmet and the phone are black The flower and the diamonds are blue.
COLOR. R O Y G B V informal definitions HUE – a particular gradation of color. It is another word for color.
Lund Online: SAGE Publications Los Angeles | London | New Delhi Singapore | Washington DC.
Helen Frankenthaler 1928 – American Abstract Expressionist
Caspar David Friedrich, Monk by the Seashore, , German Romanticism.
~Lake Oswego Art Literacy~ James McNeill Whistler ( ) American Painter & Etcher Arrangement in Grey, Portrait of the Painter 1872, oil on canvas,
Paul C é zanne ( ) ס.ש.ס.ש.ס.ש.ס.ש. TheArtist'sFather,1866,NationalGalleryofArtat Washington D.C.
VALUE. VALUE Value is the element of design that denotes the lightness or darkness of a color or neutral. Value is the element of design that denotes.
© red ©
Georges Seurat Les Poseuses Marcel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No
Aesthetics Presentation #5 Modern Art. Impressionism the birth of Modern Art Impressionism begins in the mid-1800’s in Europe It is a revolutionary movement.
RAQUEL YANEZ 7 th grade Art a) Blue Blue b) Orange Orange c) Yellow Yellow d) Red Red.
THE END OF THE AGE OF EUROPE AND EMERGENCE OF NEW YORK SCHOOL (left) Hitler occupies Paris, 1940 Artists in the Artists in Exile show at the Pierre Matisse.
Blue Period Pablo Picasso, The Tragedy, 1903, Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Abstract Expressionism By: Christy Balewski & Sam Bush.
Late Modernism Postmodernism Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann.
1. Francis Bacon was born in 1909 in Dublin. Francis is a “English painter of Irish birth”. The style of work that Francis Bacon used was Expressionist.
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