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Waldman traces Rothko's life from his childhood as a Russian immigrant in New York and his student days...
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Waldman traces Rothko's life from his childhood as a Russian immigrant in New York and his student days at Yale to his crucial role in the development of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism. The progression of his work is sensitively analyzed as well, beginning with his early figurative studies all the way through the late canvases, in which Rothko achieved an expression of ultimate calm and transcendent spirituality.
198 illustrations, 96 in full color, 296 pages, 8-1/2 x 11"
|Foreword to the Revised Edition||6|
|Notes on Rothko and Tradition||21|
|Reflections on the Rothko Exhibition||32|
|Mark Rothko, the Subjects of the Artist||38|
|Selected Statements by Mark Rothko||67|
|Writings by Mark Rothko||76|
|List of Works||185|
|Painting Materials and Techniques of Mark Rothko: Consequences of an Unorthodox Approach||189|
|List of Lenders||205|