Awesome Ketubot: Rothko Inspired Ketubot

As a Russian Jew fleeing the oppression of tsarist Russia, Mark Rothko escaped to the United States where he developed his abstract multiform style. Rothko stated that color was "merely an instrument" and even as children we begin with color as a tool to express our primitive creativity. We chose Rothko's signature collection as a source to draw inspiration not just because of its' modern, stunning design, but because of the thought and method behind his work. Rothko utilized similar shades and simple forms to create something more than just a beautiful design, he utilized them to create and inspire emotion.

Or Main Ketubah Gallery | Papercuts | Artist-Inspired | By Style | Traditional Jewish Themes | By Color | Special Series | Good on Wood | All Ketubah Categories

Page 1 of 2
Page 1 of 2
Buy a Ketubah Now For $180
Over 1,600 Happy Couples
See all our Ketubahs by Theme & Category