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Mark Rothko (1903-1970) was one of a small group of great artists who helped establish New York as the dominant centre of world art in the 1950s, where he was one of the leading artists of the American-led Abstract Expressionist movement. Rothko's work was considered controversial in his elimination of line, leaving only colour to convey content. He remarked that he was "no colourist" and that to think so was to misunderstand his art, yet colour was his sole medium. At his death in 1970 Rothko left an immense store of paintings which became the subject of a celebrated lawsuit that brought the artist, his work and associates into the public eye. This book, first published to coincide with a major exhibition of Rothko's work in 1987, contains essays by two major scholars of the period, Professor Robert Rosenblum and Irving Sandler, along with contributions by two members of the Rothko Foundation, Bonnie Clearwater and Dana Cramer. Contributions from Michael Compton, then Keeper of Museum Services at the Tate Gallery, and leading critics David Sylvester and Robert Goldwater are also included. The bibliography and exhibition history have been fully updated for this edition.
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Book Description Paperback Jan 01, 1999. Condition: Used: Very Good. 1987 edition.Offered by the UK charity Langdon: supporting young adults with disabilities. Seller Inventory # shelf e7/er 12
Book Description Tate Gallery Publishing, 1999. Condition: Used - Very Good. VG paperback. New edition. Nice, tidy copy in tight binding. Seller Inventory # BOOKS239679I
Book Description Tate Publishing, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. isbn matches very clean softcover. clean text. no marks. solid binding. very light corner wear Fast service with confirmation, no international or priority orders over 4lbs. Seller Inventory # mon0000130247
Book Description Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Fine. Qto., 206 pages, illustrated. A Fine clean copy. Seller Inventory # 083239
Book Description Tate Gallery Publishing, Millbank, London, 1999. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Works by Mark Rothko (illustrator). 2nd Edition. First published for the exhibition at the Tate Gallery 17th of June-1st September 1987. Seller Inventory # 010989
Book Description TATE GALLERY, 1999. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Reprint. PAPERBACK. Condition: VG. Seller Inventory # 013974
Book Description Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 1996. Revised edition. Softcover. 206 pages. Foreword by Nicholas Serota. Preface by Alan Bowness. Essays by Irving Sandler, Robert Rosenblum, Robert Goldwater, David Sylvester, Michael Compton, Bonnie Clearwater, and Dana Cranmer. Includes over 90 color illustrations. A tight near fine copy in wrappers. Seller Inventory # 138780
Book Description London Tate Gallery Publishing 1996, 1996. 4°, 206 S., mit 93 farbigen Tafeln und 16 s/w Abbildungen. Orig.-Karton. Erste Auflage dieser Ausgabe.- Laminierung minimal gelöst, Vorderdeckel mit schwacher Knickspur, Rücken mit leichter Knickspur. Seller Inventory # 78275
Book Description London; Tate;, 1999. First edition, third printing. A revised version of the 1987 Tate exhibition catalogue. Fine paperback. Seller Inventory # 23118