More About White Center Painting
Known as one of the signature paintings of Mark Rothko, White Center is of utmost importance in the school of Modern Art.
The painting is divded into three geometric segments of yellow, white and pink with a black line separating the colors from each other.
Unlike classical paintings that used geometric designs to serve regulative functions, White Center painting uses it as a function of emotions.
Although minimalistic, this painting has a lot of express.
Like Rothko’s other paintings, White Center can be perceived on an intuitive, subsconscious and indivual level.
The way colors blend in harmony, it almost displays a cosmic, religious and mythological symbolism.
Use of pink, yellow and white instil in viewers a sense of hope and positivity. In fact, Rothko believed that this painting is a manifestation of emotions in itself.
Some interpreters also believe that the three colors symbolize the different time of the day.
Rose – dawn, white – day, yellow – sunset and the black – night, of course.
However, Rothko never confirmed any of the interepretations and often said that he painted for fun.
This idea of letting the viewer indulge and interpret the painting according to their understanding has made Rothko a man loved by all.
White Center is a mood lifter, and it was created to be understood and admired by people.
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