Subway Scene

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Date: July 1, 2009
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Everything outside of the frame seems alot darker in contrast, isolated and not so clear. Mark Rothko appears to have painted this picture as an observer. Which is probably how the artist would like people to view his painting. From this perspective we can see some of the action taking place in a subway station, as if we too were observers present on the scene...
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Which is probably how the artist would like people to view his painting. From this perspective we can see some of the action taking place in a subway station, as if we too were observers present on the scene. From looking at the vanishing point, which seems to be high up next to a pillar on the left side of the painting, it is possible to see how Mark Rothko forged the characters and objects in this artwork...
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