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「10」Mark Rothko
No. 7
1951 | Oil Canvas
240.7×138.7 cm | 3.34 m²
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USD 7*** - 9***
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Description Mark Rothko Mark Roscoe 1903-1970 No. 7 "No. 7" signed and dated 1951 on the reverse Recognition: signed by the artist and dated 1951 (back) oil on canvas Oil on canvas 94 ¾ by 54 ⅝ in. 240.7 by 138.7 cm. 94 ¾ x 54 ⅝ inches; 240.7 x 138.7 cm Condition Report To request a condition report for this lot, please contact Kelsey.Leonard@sothebys.com . Provenance Betty Parsons Gallery, New York Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. McGinnis, Boston (acquired from the above circa 1960) Janie C. Lee Gallery, Houston Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston (acquired from the above in 1977) Pace Gallery, New York Acquired by the present owner from the above in December 1987 Betty Parsons Gallery, New York Mrs. Patrick B. McJennis, Boston (acquired from the above gallery in circa 1960) Jeanne C. Lee Gallery, Houston Sarah Campbell Bluff Foundation, Houston (acquired from the above gallery in 1977) Pace Gallery, New York Acquired from the above gallery in December 1987 by the present owner Literature Dore Ashton, About Rothko, New York 1983, illustrated in color on the cover (1996 reprint) Marc Glimcher, ed., The Art of Mark Rothko: Into an Unknown World, New York 1991, p. 101, pl. 30, illustrated in color Nobuyuki Hiromoto, Mark Rothko, Tokyo 1993, no. 18, illustrated in color Paul Wood, Francis Frascina, et. al., Modernism in Dispute: Art Since the Forties, New Haven and London 1993, p. 7, illustrated in color Steve Garbarino, “In a Light Mode,” New York Post, 15 March 1997, p. 28, illustrated (in incorrect orientation) Steven Vincent, “Bonnard and Rothko at PaceWildenstein,” Art & Auction 19, February 1997, p. 42, illustrated David Anfam, Mark Rothko: The Works on Canvas, Catalogue Raisonné, New Haven and London 1998, p. 345, no. 455, illustrated in color Dole Ashton, "About Roscoe", New York, 1983, with a color picture on the cover (reprinted in 1996) Mark Greensher (eds), "The Art of Mark Rothko: Into the Unknown World", New York, 1991, p. 101, pl. 30, with color picture Nobuyuki Hiromoto, "Mark Rothko", Tokyo, 1993, article number 18, with color pictures Paul Wood and Francis Franchenner (co-editors), "The Controversy of Modernism: Art from the 1940s", New Haven and London, 1993, p. 7, with color picture Steven Carbrino, "Light Mode", "New York Post", March 15, 1997, page 28, with picture (length and width reversed) Stephen Vinson, "Bonnard and Rothko Exhibition at Pace Wiedenstein Gallery", "Art and Auctions", Issue 19, February 1997, page 42, with pictures David Anfam, "Mark Rothko: A Thematic Catalogue of Canvas Works", New Haven and London, 1998, p. 345, article no. 455, with color picture Exhibited New York, Betty Parsons Gallery, Mark Rothko, April 1951 New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, Object and Image in Modern Art and Poetry, April-June 1954, n.p., no. 31, illustrated (in incorrect orientation) Basel, Kunsthalle; Milan, Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna; Madrid, Museo Nacional de Arte Contemporáneo; Berlin, Hochschule für Bildende Künste; Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum; Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts; Paris, Musée National d'Art Moderne; London, Tate Gallery; and New York, the Museum of Modern Art, The New American Painting As Shown in Eight European Countries, April 1958 – September 1959, no. 59 (text) Seattle Fine Arts Pavilion; and Waltham, Brandeis University, Rose Art Museum, Art Since 1950, American and International, April-December 1962, p. 50, no. 60, illustrated Houston, Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation (and traveling), American Abstract Expressionist Paintings from the Collection of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, August 1978-October 1985 London, Tate Gallery, Mark Rothko 1903-1970, June-September 1987, p. 127, no. 38, illustrated in color, and p. 186 (text) Madrid, Fundación Juan March, Mark Rothko, September 1987-January 1988, n.p., no. 18, illustrated in color Cologne, Museum Ludwig, Mark Rothko: 1903-1970, Retrospective der Gemalde, January-March 1988, p. 135, no. 31, illustrated in color New York, PaceWildenstein, Bonnard / Rothko: Color and Light, February-March 1997, p. 51, illustrated in color Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art; and Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne, Mark Rothko, May 1998 – April 1999, p. 113, no. 50, illustrated in color New York, Betty Parsons Gallery, "Mark Rothko", April 1951 New Haven, Yale University Art Museum, "Objects and Images in Modern Art and Poetry", April to June 1954, Item No. 31, picture (incorrect direction of work) Basel, Art Museum; Milan, Museum of Modern Art; Madrid, National Museum of Contemporary Art; Berlin, Academy of Fine Arts; Amsterdam, Municipal Museum; Brussels, Art Museum; Paris, National Museum of Modern Art; London, Tate Gallery; New York, Museum of Modern Art , "New American Painting: Eight European Countries Tour Exhibition", April 1958 to September 1959, page 94, article number 59 (internal text) Seattle, Art Museum; Waltham, Brandeis University Ross Art Museum, "American and International Art After 1950", April-December 1962, page 50, article number 60, with picture Houston, Sarah Campbell Braver Foundation (and touring exhibition), "Sarah Campbell Braver Foundation Collection of American Abstract Expressionist Paintings", August 1978 to October 1985 London, Tate Gallery, "Mark Rothko 1903-1970", June-September 1987, p. 127, article No. 38, with color picture, p. 186 (internal text) Madrid, Juan March Foundation, "Marc Roscoe", September 1987-January 1988, no pages, article number 18, with color pictures Cologne, Ludwig Art Museum, "Mark Rothko 1903-1970: Retrospective Exhibition", January to March 1988, page 135, article number 31, with color picture Pace Wiedenstein Gallery, New York, "Bonnard/Rosco: Color and Light", February to March 1997, page 51, with color picture Washington, National Gallery; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art; Paris, Museum of Modern Art, "Mark Rothko", May 1998-April 1999, p. 113, article number 50, with color pictures
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15 Nov 2021
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