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LOSS OF A SIBLING

Brian’s wife, three children, my mother and my other siblings all felt the same.

Untitled (Black on gray), Mark Rothko, 1969/1970. Acrylic on canvas.  “The desolation of canvases such as Untitled (Black on Grey), drained of color and choked by a white border—rather than suggesting the free-floating forms or veiled layers of his earlier work—indicate that, as Rothko asserted, his paintings are about death.” (Jennifer Blessing)

Mark Rothko - Untitled, 1969 Painted shortly before his suicide.

The Irony of Fate  (1975)

The Irony of Fate

Bamburgh Poppies I - Light

Bamburgh Poppies I - Light

The inaugural exhibition at Pace London's flagship gallery juxtaposes Mark Rothko's late black and grey paintings with Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographs of bodies of water, exploring the visual and conceptual affinities between the two.

The inaugural exhibition at Pace London's flagship gallery juxtaposes Mark Rothko's late black and grey paintings with Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographs of bodies of water, exploring the visual and conceptual affinities between the two.

Kathryn Thomas, 'There was an answer'61 x 46cm£1,650

Kathryn Thomas, 'There was an x

Miya Ando | artsy forager By working in a process in which she hand-dyes metallic surfaces, Ando creates pieces with an incredible sense of stillness and light. Translucent layers of color reflect not just the light without but the light within. By keeping the compositions simple, the work is free from distraction, allowing the viewer to fall into its spell, to meditate on the purity of color and transformative power of light. #art #paintings #sculpture #abstract

Established in Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures.

Kathryn Thomas, 'See your way 46 x 107cm

Kathryn Thomas, 'See your way 46 x

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