This is a postcard book of Mark Rothko, a 20th century painter's work with an introductory text. The book is strongly bound so that a card may be removed and the other cards will remain in place.
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"A beautiful Rothko does to the eyes what beautiful food does to the tastebuds." - The Guardian
First printed in 1987 in conjunction with a major exhibition by the Tate Gallery of London, this revised edition of "Mark Rothko" is the definitive catalog examining the work of one of the most influential abstract artist of the twentieth century.
Here are over 90 full-color plates spanning nearly forty years of Rothko's life and art. Accompanying these extraordinary works are fascinating and revealing contributions by those best qualified for commentary, including essays from distinguished professors Irving Sandler and Robert Rosenblum: staff members of the Rothko Foundation, Bonnie Clearwater and Dana Cranmer: leading critics David Sylvester and Robert Goldwater: and, most importantly, from Rothko himself.
A Selected bibliography is included to make this book an essential for any lover of Rothko's art.
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Descrizione libro The Tate Gallery, London ( Londres ), 1987. Condizione libro: Neuf. 1 volume broché, couverture illustrée en couleurs, 205 pages, avec de nombreuses illustrations en couleurs. Texte en langue anglaise. Catalogue de 93 numéros décrits et reproduits. Etat de neuf ( Photographies sur demande / We can send pictures of this book on simple request ) Size: in 4 (27x23). Codice libro della libreria 19515