1961 - Mark Rothko - Color Field Painting - Posters
In Rothko's compositions, the rectangles and their surrounding space are given equal importance as presences. Beginning with no preconceived vision of a painting's final state, he intuitively adjusted his forms, always working with a frontal arrangement of horizontal or vertical rectangular forms. Rothko paid close attention to their height, width and edges, their distance from the edges of the canvas, and their interrelationships. All of his shapes have soft edges that fuse into their surrounding space. The dominance of these elements depends entirely on their color, which Rothko blended and layered to create varied luminosity and surface texture.
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