Rothko Guggenheim NYC 1978 No.10

by Mark Rothko

$129.00

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THE PRINT

“You’ve got sadness in you, I’ve got sadness in me – and my works of art are places where the two sadnesses can meet, and therefore both of us need to feel less sad.” - Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko moved through several artistic styles in his career before arriving at his signature colour style in 1950. A prominent figure in the New York school (also known as Abstract Expressionism), Rothko used abstract means to express emotions as rectangular fields of colour. Painted in 1958, when the artist was at the height of his artistic and critical achievements, Mark Rothko’s No. 10 represents the pinnacle of his alchemical prowess. Using the most basic of artistic materials—canvas, oil and pigment—Rothko is able to create a painting that appears to glow with a supernatural luminescence, the result of a surface that fizzles with painterly energy. By 1958 the vibrancy of his paintings had become subdued, and an austere and ominous palette had come to the fore, beginning what is regarded by many as one of the most significant periods in his art.

In No. 10, the richness and sheer variety of Rothko’s colour is most evident in the thin sliver of painterly activity that occurs towards in the centre of the canvas. Here, in this intensively worked area, the artist reveals an extraordinary array of subtle, almost indistinguishable passages of reds, yellows, pinks, umbers and ochers that constantly shift under the human gaze. The tension that exists on the surface of this and many other Rothko paintings was the result of his long and deliberative process. Across the expansive surface of the canvas, Rothko stages a multiplicity of events where edge and ground interact; hues are assimilated and contrasted; and textures are opposed and blended. Its optical effects elicit an emotional response that resonates with Rothko's ambition to create a total experience for the viewer, where tactility is emotional and opticality is empathic.


This premium quality giclee art print reproduction of an advertising poster promoting the exhibition has been produced on luxurious 100% cotton rag textured art paper using archival quality inks resulting in a superior print suitable for museum or gallery display. This perennially stylish artwork will make a stunning addition to your home decor.
  • Gallery quality giclée art print
  • 300gsm 100% cotton rag textured art paper
  • Natural white with a matte finish
  • Archival inks for vivid colour and sharp detail
  • Available in multiple sizes 
  • Can be purchased framed or unframed

THE ARTIST

One of the preeminent artists of his generation, Mark Rothko is closely identified with the New York school, a circle of painters that emerged during the 1940s as a new collective voice in American art. During a career that spanned five decades, he created a new and impassioned form of abstract painting. Rothko's work is characterised by rigorous attention to formal elements such as colour, shape, balance, depth, composition, and scale.  By 1949 Rothko had introduced a compositional format that he would continue to develop throughout his career. Composed of several vertically aligned rectangular forms set within a coloured field, Rothko's "image" lent itself to a remarkable diversity of appearances. In these works, large scale, open structure, and thin layers of color combine to convey the impression of a shallow pictorial space. Colour, for which Rothko's work is perhaps most celebrated, here attains an unprecedented luminosity. His classic paintings of the 1950s are characterised by expanding dimensions and an increasingly simplified use of form, brilliant hues, and broad, thin washes of colour. In his large, floating rectangles of colour, which seem to engulf the spectator, he explored with a rare mastery of nuance the expressive potential of colour contrasts and modulations.

FRAMING

Skip the trip to the framer and save yourself time and money. We offer a bespoke custom framing service that is far more affordable than using your local high street framer and light-years ahead in quality than the ready-made frames you will find in homeware stores. Please note that our framing service is currently only available to customers based in New Zealand and Australia. We will deliver your beautiful custom framed artwork to your door within 7 working days if you reside in New Zealand or 15 working days if you reside in Australia. Rothko Guggenheim NYC 1978 works equally well with all three of our frame styles. Our black frame is the most popular option. 

SHIPPING


NEW ZEALAND
  • All orders are sent using a tracked service via NZ Post or Post Haste.
  • Orders over $150 in value qualify for free shipping.
  • Orders under $150 in value ship at a flat rate of $8.
  • Orders for unframed art prints will arrive within 1-3 working days.
  • Orders for framed art will arrive within 7 working days.

AUSTRALIA
  • All orders are sent using a tracked service via NZ Post.
  • All orders ship at a flat rate of $19NZD.
  • Orders for unframed art prints will arrive within 5-10 working days.
  • Orders for framed art will arrive within 15 working days.

REST OF THE WORLD
  • All orders are sent using a tracked service via NZ Post.
  • All orders ship at a flat rate of $39NZD.
  • Orders for unframed art prints will arrive within 10-15 working days.
  • Framed artworks can only be shipped within New Zealand and Australia.

PACKAGING
  • Unframed art prints are placed between sheets of acid free tissue paper before being rolled in kraft paper and placed in a heavy duty mailing tube. Tissue paper is placed at the ends to prevent movement during transit.
  • Framed artworks are encased in several layers of bubble wrap before being placed in our purpose-built heavy duty cardboard boxes specifically designed to safeguard your artwork against damage while in transit.

PAYMENT

We accept all major credit cards as well as Paypal. If you are based in New Zealand or Australia you also have the option to pay using Afterpay or Laybuy. When checking out your order will be processed in NZD (New Zealand Dollars).

RETURNS

Not quite sure if this artwork will be the perfect fit for your home? Don't sweat it. If for any reason you are not totally enamoured with your new purchase you are welcome to exchange it for another artwork or return it for store credit or a refund.

  • Unframed art prints can be returned for a refund, exchange or store credit.
  • Framed artworks can be returned for store credit or an exchange.
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