McGaw Graphics Artwork
Untitled, 1952 Framed Print: High quality print on heavy paper Printed with vibrant, color-fast inks Framed in a contemporary style molding The work of Mark Rothko is characterized by bold horizontal bands of color painted on very large-scale canvases. Using a limited palette of only a few intense shades, Rothko used color skillfully to convey pure human emotions such as tragedy and ecstasy and other more complicated emotions tied to morality and spirituality. In Untitled, 1952, Mark Rothko's signature style is illustrated through his use of rectangular fields of lights and color in shades of blue, green and brown. " material="Paper and inks" origin="United States"
Jackson Pollock- One, Number 31: High quality print on heavy art paper Printed with vibrant, color-fast inks Framed in a black, ash artblock style molding " material="Ink, paper" origin="United States"