Untitled (Red-Brown, Black, Green, Red), 1962
|Art Club price (10%)||CHF 22.50|
Which Rothko goes best in your home?
Untitled, 1962 seems to sum up the essence of Mark Rothko’s painting. The colors darken like shadows and fray towards the edges. Where does one color plane begin? Where does the other end? What is the ground that lies behind them? The work breathes and pulsates. Mark Rothko wanted viewers to experience his pictures in an intimate, intense manner, which is why he recommended going right up close and studying them from just 18 inches away. Try it yourself and see what happens. In the printing of this high-quality poster, every care has been taken to remain as true as possible to the colors of the original.
To stand in front of originals and look at art one-to-one is always a very special experience. To keep the impressions of your visit fresh in your mind and art a presence in your daily life, too, the Fondation Beyeler offers a variety of products featuring reproductions of works from the exhibition. The selection ranges from cards, posters and notebooks to scarves, cups, glasses and more. These products are also wonderfully suited as stylish gifts for art-loving friends and relatives.
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|Size||100 x 70 cm|
|Paper||Magno Satin paper, 150g/m2|
|4-color offset print|