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Rothko worked with many themes such as tragedy, ecstasy, and the sublime, as well as myth, prophecy, archaic ritual, and the unconscious mind. Rothko eventually became inspired by the surrealist technique and slowly transformed his paintings from expressionist to surrealist to abstract. And although he worked with many themes over his career, he mostly wanted to avoid explaining the content of his work because he believed that the abstract image could directly represent the fundamental nature of ?human drama...
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And although he worked with many themes over his career, he mostly wanted to avoid explaining the content of his work because he believed that the abstract image could directly represent the fundamental nature of ?human drama.' Rothko's abstract work molded mostly into images of many rectangles on a canvas with much attention paid to color...
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