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Orange, Red, Yellow is a 1961 Color Field painting by Mark Rothko. On May 8, 2012, it was sold at Christie's from the estate of David Pincus for $86,882,500, a record nominal price for post-war contemporary art at public auction. 2012-05-09 · On 8 May 2012 Mark Rothko's Orange, Red, Yellow sold for $86,882,500 in our New York Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale, becoming the most expensive contemporary work of art and a setting a world auction record for Mark Rothko. 2012-05-09 · A dreamy canvas of three colors — Mark Rothko’s “Orange, Red, Yellow,” from 1961 — shattered all auction records for contemporary art at Christie’s on Tuesday evening, selling for nearly $87 million. It was a stunning moment in an auction that itself brought in the highest total ever in. 2016-04-26 · Painted at the pinnacle of the artist’s career, the rare ‘blue’ canvas is set to be a highlight of Christie’s Post War & Contemporary Art sales on 10 May in. 2015-04-13 · Paintings by market sensations Lucian Freud, Mark Rothko, and Vincent van Gogh will go to the block next month at Sotheby’s and Christie’s New York, with three canvases expected to bring as much as $100 million among them. These include a Vincent van Gogh painting from the artist’s pivotal.

2019-02-15 · Auctions SFMOMA Is Selling a Painting by Mark Rothko at Sotheby’s This Spring, and It Could Fetch Up to $50 Million. The museum plans to use the proceeds to diversify its collection, which is heavy on white, male, and blue-chip figures. Mark Rothko Lettisch: Marks Rotko; 12. September jul. / 25. Nachdem es im November 2005 auf einer Auktion bei Christie's in New York für 22,5 Millionen Dollar verkauft wurde, galt es längere Zeit weltweit als das teuerste Kunstwerk nach dem Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs. 2018-04-20 · Jussi Pylkkänen, Christie’s Global President, remarked: “No. 7 Dark Over Light, comes from a small and highly sought-after group of monumental canvases by Mark Rothko. Standing before this radiant picture, one is immediately enveloped by the dramatic brilliance of Rothko’s artistic vision.

Mark Rothko, "The Romantics were Prompted,” Possibilities, New York, No. 1, Winter 1947-48, p. 84. As we stand enraptured by the stunning resplendency of Mark Rothko’s Untitled Yellow and Blue we bear witness to what can only be. Childhood. Mark Rothko was born in Daugavpils, Latvia then in Russian Empire. His father, Jacob Yakov Rothkowitz, was a pharmacist and an intellectual who initially provided his children with a secular and political, rather than religious, upbringing. No. 10 is a painting by the Russian-American Abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko. It was painted in 1958. In common with Rothko's other works from this period, No 10 consists of large expanses of colour delineated by uneven, hazy shades.

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