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Writings on art

作者: Mark Rothko; Miguel López-Remiro
出版商: New Haven : Yale University Press, 2006.
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While the collected writings of many major 20th-century artists, including Barnett Newman, Robert Motherwell and Ad Reinhardt, have been published, Mark Rothko's writings have only recently come to light, beginning with the critically acclaimed "Artist's Reality: Philosophies of Art". Rothko's other written works have yet to be brought together into a major publication. "Writings on Art" fills this significant void;  再讀一些...
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類型/形式: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Correspondance
提及的人: Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko; Mark Rothko
資料類型: 網際網路資源
文件類型: 圖書, 網路資源
所有的作者/貢獻者: Mark Rothko; Miguel López-Remiro
ISBN: 0300114400 9780300114409
OCLC系統控制編碼: 62302364
描述: xvii, 172 p. ; 24 cm.
内容: New training for future artists and art lovers, 1934 --
Scribble book, ca. 1934 --
Sketchbook, ca. 1934 --
The ten: Whitney dissenters, 1938 --
A comparative analysis, ca. 1941 --
The ideal teacher, ca. 1941 --
Indigenousness, ca. 1941 --
The satisfaction of the creative impulse, ca. 1941 --
Manuscript draft of a letter to the editor by Rothko and Adolph Gottlieb, 1943 --
Rothko and Gottliebs letter to the editor, 1943 --
The portrait and the modern artist, by Rothko and Adolph Gottlieb, 1943 --
Comments on The Omen of the Eagle, 1943 --
Brief autobiography, ca. 1945 --
Letter to Emily Genauer, 1945 --
I adhere to the reality of things, 1945 --
Personal statement, 1945 --
Letter to the editor, 1945 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, 1945 --
Introduction to first exhibition paintings : Clyfford Still, 1946 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, June 1946 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, August 1946 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, 1947 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, ca. fall 1947 --
Letter to Clay Spohn, 1947 --
the ides of art: the attitudes of ten artists on their art and contemporaneousness, 1947 --
The romantics were prompted, 1947 --
Letter to Clay Spohn, February 1948 --
Letter to Clay Spohn, May 1948 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, 1949 --
Letter to Clay Spohn, 1949 --
Statement on his attitude in painting, 1949 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, April 1950 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, June 1950 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, July 1950 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, August 7, 1950 --
Letter to Barnett Newman, August 1950 --
How to combine architecture, painting, and sculpture, 1951 --
Notes from an interview by William Seitz, 1952 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, August 1952 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, September 1952 --
Letter to Lloyd Goodrich, 1952 --
Notes from an interview by William Seitz, March 1953 --
Notes from an interview by William Seitz, April 1953 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, May 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, July 14, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, July 28, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, ca. August 1954 --
Letter to Petronel Lukens, August 1954 --
Letter to Petronel Lukens, September 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, September 20, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, September 25, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, September 27, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, October 20, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, October 23, 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, November 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, December 1954 --
Letter to Petronel Lukens, December 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, ca. 1954 --
Whenever one begins to speculate, ca. 1954 --
Relation to ones own past, ca. 1954 --
Space in painting, ca. 1954 --
Letter to Katharine Kuh, 1955 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, July 7, 1955 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, July 11, 1955 --
Letter to Lawrence Calcagno, 1956 --
Notes from a conversation with Selden Rodman, 1956 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, 1957 --
Letter to Rosalind Irvine, 1957 --
Letter to the editor, 1957 --
Address to the Pratt Institute, 1958 --
Letter to Ida Kohlmeyer, ca. 1958 --
John Fischer, The Easy Chair: Mark Rothko, Portrait of the Artist as an Angry Man, 1970 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber and Bernard Reis, 1959 --
Letter to Elise Asher and Stanley Kunitz, 1959 --
Letter to Milton Avery, 1960 --
Notecards, ca. 1950-1960 --
Letter to the Whitechapel Gallery, 1961 --
A talk with Mark Rothko, 1961 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, 1962 --
Tribute to Milton Avery, 1965 --
Letter to Bernard Reis, 1966 --
Letter to Norman Reid, 1966 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, July 7, 1967 --
Letter to Herbert Ferber, July 19, 1967 --
Letter to Elise Asher and Stanley Kunitz, 1967 --
Acceptance of Yale University honorary doctorate, 1969.
責任: Mark Rothko ; edited and with an introduction, annotations, and chronology by Miguel López-Remiro.
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Includes 90 documents, short essays, letters, statements and lectures, written by Rothko. This book includes annotation and a chronology of the artist's life and work. It presents a compilation of  再讀一些...

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""Writings on Art" brings Rothko's genius into full and more personal light."--Lance Esplund, "New York"" Sun"--Lance Esplund "New York Sun "

 
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