Definition of Rothko, Mark in English:

Rothko, Mark

Syllabification: Roth·ko, Mark
Pronunciation: /ˈräTHkō
 
/
( 1903–70), US painter, born in Latvia; born Marcus Rothkovich. A leading figure in color-field painting, he painted hazy and seemingly floating rectangles of color. His series of nine paintings for the Seagram Building in New York City include Black on Maroon (1958).

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