Blue, Green, and Brown

Blue, Green, and Brown by Mark Rothko (1952)

I’d like to stare at this painting for awhile. The real one is really big. According to Rothko, the large size of his canvases were meant to envelop the viewer and be intimate, not big and grandiose.

There’s something quiet about this one. And I could use a big dose of quiet.

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