Red Drawn 

Virginia Rep pulls together the visual arts for a play about Rothko's artistic dilemma.

The bridge connecting art with commerce is a tricky one, as abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko could attest. In 1958, Rothko received a commission from beverage-maker Joseph E. Seagram and Sons to create murals for the Four Seasons, a new luxury…

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