One of the most gifted artists the world has ever known, Mark Rothko is an exemplary artist who has given the art world many masterpieces. Being associated with the New York School prestigious art circle, Rothko’s art carrier saw him embrace varied art styles including abstract expressionism which later was marked as his signature style. Among the various Mark Rothko prints available, some are an excellent example of the very best in contemporary American art. These fabulous prints by mark Rothko are timeless and extremely breathtaking.

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Mark Rothko was a Russian who immigrated during his early years with his family to the United States. He attended Yale University but left his studies midway to study art in New York during 1923 where he held his first art exhibition in 1933. His artwork gradually matured from representation of mythological subjects on a painting into more refined style of abstract painting. The Rothko prints are bold yet simple and can mesmerize any art lover. There is a huge collection of authentic Rothko prints online. He believed that the combination of primitive art and the work of modernists could be compared to that of a child. He solemnly believed that his vibrant art could liberate the unconscious energies, which were previously set afloat via mythological images and symbols along with many rituals.

Mark Rothko prints have a certain enigma about them as they can bring an air of mystique and awe around them. Being part of a significant era in history of art when abstract expressionism was on the verge of blooming, Rothko prints are truly a collector’s item. In 1946, he came with a new form of paintings called the multiform paintings. These prints by mark Rothko contained a more organic structure as they depicted the various human expressions more clearly.

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The ‘multiforms’ soon developed into Mark Rothko’s signature style gaining him praise from all sector of art lovers as he exhibited some of his masterpieces at the Betty Parsons Gallery in 1949. One of the esteemed Rothko prints includes the ‘Magenta, Black and Green on Orange’ which is a good example of the artist’s late period creations. His usual method for creating these paintings was to apply a slim layer of binder mixed with pigment directly onto an uncoated canvas along with extremely thinned oils thereby creating an intense mixture of coinciding colors. These and various other alluring prints made by this talented artist can be found here.