Mark Rothko Postcard
Hans Namuth Photographer
This modern reproduction postcard features a photograph of American abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko (1903 - 1970) sitting on the edge of his bed and lighting a cigarette.
The original image was taken by photographer Hans Namuth in 1951.
Mark Rothko was an abstract expressionist and was one of the most famous postwar American artists. He suffered from heart disease and committed suicide in 1970.
Rothko's 1953 painting Homage to Matisse broke the postwar painting record by selling for 22.5 million dollars at a public auction.
Postcard Condition: Mint
Postcard Size: 4 1/4 by 6 inches (10.75 x 15.25 cm).
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