Rectangular Colours. A Guide for Children through the Life and Art of Marc Rothko
Kolorowe prostokąty. Przewodnik dla dzieci po życiu i sztuce Marka Rothki [Rectangular Colours. A Guide for Children through the Life and Art of Marc Rothko], written by Agnieszka Tarasiuk, illustrated by Zofia Dzierżawska, graphic design: Full Metal Jacket, 32 pages, illustrated, Warsaw: The National Museum in Warsaw, 2013, ISBN 978-83-7100-971-6
Did you ever stare at a patch of sunlight creeping across the carpet? Did you delight at the sight of a red toadstool among a pile of a yellow leaves? Were you saddened by the dark indigo thunder cloud? Or maybe you hated a purple sweater? Colours cause emotions. Children and artists know this best. This book is the story of one such artist. His name was Mark Rothko and he was famous for simple pictures that make a great impression on people. On seeing them, some people even laugh or cry. Collectors from all over the world want to own them so much that they will pay more for one painting than the price of a private jet.