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Mark Rothko was a well-known member of the New York School of painters. He tried many different types of art until he found his signature motif of soft, rectangular forms floating on a stained field of color in the 1950s. He was heavily inspired by mythology and philosophy, and he insisted that his art was full of ideas and content. Rothko was a strong supporter of revolutionary ideas and the right to express oneself. He also wrote a lot of articles and reviews in which he explained his ideas.
Rothko's art was deeply emotional and influenced by Nietzsche, Greek myths, and his Russian-Jewish background. He showed this through a range of styles that went from realistic to abstract.
Rothko's early paintings of people and places, like landscapes, still lifes, figure studies, and portraits, showed that he could mix Expressionism and Surrealism. His search for new ways to express himself led him to create Color Field paintings, which used sparkling colors to give a spiritual feeling.
Rothko never gave up the socially revolutionary ideas he had as a young man. In particular, he stood up for artists' right to express themselves in any way they wanted, which he thought was limited by the market. This belief put him at odds with many people in the art world, which led him to respond openly to critics and sometimes turn down commissions, sales, and shows.