By the mid 1950s, Mark Rothko began to utilize more darker tones and shades in his paintings. Although his collection was met with developing fame and success, Rothko desired that his paintings were adored and purchased for something more than just an artistic fad. Rothko stated that color is "merely an instrument", that the contrast of similar shades and the way they work with structure are meant to inspire something more than just a beautiful design.
It's not only Rothko's signature style that constitutes as a beautiful inspiration for a Ketubah design, but also his emotional process and method behind his art. The Wisteria No. 18 Ketubah exhibits bold purple shades and evokes depth and meaning -- the perfect centerpiece for your home and life together.
All Ketubot are Limited Editions of 500 each, and optionally include a Certificate of Authenticity.