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No. 61, Rust and Blue, 1953, Mark Rothko. Image via

Mark Rothko

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I cannot deny the powerful marriage of colour and emotion through Mark Rothko.

The artist preferred his work to be hung low and in confined spaces so that viewers might experience a sense of intimacy, a transcendence of the individual, and a sense of the unknown.

"I'm interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on."


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