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Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1944,  watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper

Mark Rothko, Untitled, 1944, watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper

Personage Two, 1946

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Mark Rothko, Hierarchical Birds, 1944. In the early ’40s, Rothko rejected realism and began a series of abstract works meant to evoke classical myth hat were based on Greek mythology and also influenced by the writings of Nietsche. In paintings such as Hierarchical Birds (1944), the messy profusion of feathers and tails and eyes is meant to convey the tangle of the psyche, while the three layers of color in the background might correspond to Freud's tripartite division of superego, ego, and…

Mark Rothko, Hierarchical Birds, 1944. In the early ’40s, Rothko rejected realism and began a series of abstract works meant to evoke classical myth hat were based on Greek mythology and also influenced by the writings of Nietsche. In paintings such as Hierarchical Birds (1944), the messy profusion of feathers and tails and eyes is meant to convey the tangle of the psyche, while the three layers of color in the background might correspond to Freud's tripartite division of superego, ego, and…

Seascape By Mark Rothko ,Circa  1940

Seascape By Mark Rothko ,Circa 1940

Mark Rothko:   Hierarchical Birds,   1944

Mark Rothko: Hierarchical Birds, 1944

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