Mark Rothko, "Works on Paper 1941–1947"
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Created before Rothko's Abstract Expressionist heyday, these drawings and watercolors only hint at his signature style. But they do show him working through various ideas and elements taken from Surrealism, a process that would eventually transform him into the artist we recognize today.