Mark Rothko（1903-1970）是抽象表现主义运动中最知名的成员之一，主要以他的色场绘画而闻名。他的着名标志性大型彩色油画，仅由大型矩形块状浮动，脉冲颜色，吞噬，连接，并将观察者传送到另一个领域，另一个维度，将精神从日常压力的范围中解放出来。这些绘画经常从内部发光，看起来几乎活着，呼吸，与观众在静默对话中互动，在相互作用中创造出神圣感，让人想起着名神学家马丁布伯描述的I-Thou关系。关于他的作品与观众之间的关系罗斯科说：“在敏感的观察者的眼中，一幅画依旧存在，不断扩大和加速。它死于同样的道理。因此将它发送到世界是有风险的。无情的眼睛和无能为力的残忍一定会损害它的频率。“他还说，’我对形式和颜色之间的关系不感兴趣。我唯一关心的是表达男人的基本情感：悲剧，狂喜，命运。罗斯科于1903年9月25日出生于俄罗斯德文斯克，出生于马库斯罗斯科维茨。他于1913年带着家人来到美国，定居在俄勒冈州的波特兰市。他的父亲在马库斯抵达波特兰后不久就去世了，他的家人为一家表兄弟的服装公司工作以维持生计。马库斯是一名优秀的学生，这些年来接触过艺术和音乐，学习绘画和绘画，以及演奏曼陀林和钢琴。随着年龄的增长，他开始对社会自由主义事业和左翼政治感兴趣。1921年9月，他进入耶鲁大学，在那里待了两年。他研究文科和科学，共同创办了一份自由主义日报，并在1923年离开耶鲁大学之前支持自己从事零工，而没有毕业，致力于艺术生活。他于1925年在纽约市定居并进入艺术学生联盟，在那里他由艺术家马克斯韦伯和帕森斯设计学院教授，他在Arshile Gorky学习。他定期回到波特兰探望他的家人，并在那里有一次代理公司。他对戏剧和戏剧的热爱继续在他的生活和艺术中发挥着重要作用。他画了舞台布景，并谈到他的画作，“我认为我的照片是戏剧;我的照片中的形状是表演者。”从1929年至1952年，罗斯科在布鲁克林犹太中心的中心学院教授儿童艺术。他喜欢教孩子，觉得他们对艺术的纯粹未经过滤的反应帮助他在自己的作品中捕捉到情感和形式的本质。他的第一个单人秀于1933年在纽约当代艺术画廊举行。当时，他的画作包括风景，肖像和裸体。
Mark Rothko (1903-1970) is one of the most well-known members of the abstract expressionist movement and is known primarily for his color field paintings. His famous iconic large-scale oil paintings are only made up of large rectangular blocks floating, pulsed colors, engulfing, connecting, and transmitting observers to another field, another dimension that frees the spirit from the scope of everyday stress. These paintings often glow from the inside, seemingly alive, breathing, interacting with the audience in silent conversations, creating a sense of sacredness in the interaction, reminiscent of the I-Thou relationship described by the famous theologian Martin Buber. Regarding the relationship between his work and the audience, Roscoe said: “In the eyes of sensitive observers, a picture still exists, expanding and accelerating. It dies in the same way. So sending it to the world is risky. The ruthless eyes and the helpless cruelty will definitely damage its frequency. “He also said, ‘I am not interested in the relationship between form and color. My only concern is to express the basic emotions of men: tragedy, ecstasy, destiny. Born on September 25, 1903 in Rovinsk, Russia, Roscoe was born in Marcus Roskovitz. He came to the United States with his family in 1913 and settled in Portland, Oregon. His father died shortly after Marcus arrived in Portland, and his family worked for a cousin’s clothing company to make a living. Marcus is an excellent student who has been exposed to art and music, painting and painting, and playing mandolin and piano over the years. As he grew older, he became interested in social liberalism and left-wing politicsIn September 1921, he entered Yale University and stayed there for two years. He studied liberal arts and science, co-founded a liberal daily newspaper, and supported himself in odd jobs before leaving Yale University in 1923, without graduation, dedicated to artistic life. He settled in New York City in 1925 and entered the Art Students League, where he was taught by artists Max Weber and Parsons School of Design, where he studied at Arshile Gorky. He regularly returns to Portland to visit his family and has an agency there. His love of drama and drama continues to play an important role in his life and art. He painted the stage set and talked about his paintings, “I think my photos are drama; the shape in my photos is the performer.” From 1929 to 1952, Roscoe at the Center of the Brooklyn Jewish Center Teaching children’s art. He likes to teach children that their purely unfiltered response to art helps him capture the essence of emotion and form in his work. His first solo show was held at the New York Museum of Contemporary Art in 1933. At the time, his paintings included landscapes, portraits and nudes.