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Why are Mark Rothko's paintings considered art?
You can't imagine the amount of harsh criticism being fired at the works of an immigrant from Tsarist Russia, who became one of the most famous American artists. "A daub", "a work of a house painter, not an artist", "the emperor has no clothes" – the more collectors pay for Rothko's paintings, the more there are those willing to express their disappointment in them. We aren't going to explain…
Like father, like son: Mark Rothko as a successor of Rembrandt, Monet, Matisse and other great artists
Behind any artist, even the most avant-garde one, there are the spirits of the great creators of the past. In the evolution of painting, this inheritance can be traced by the opposite tack. Impressionists refused to be similar to the representatives of realistic art. Expressionists, in turn, found Impressionists too sentimental and impotent. Each subsequent movement, even though it wasn't a…