Mark Rothko was no starving artist - at least not in his later adult years.

While his downtown studio on the Bowery may have given him art world street cred, the famed abstract painter actually lived out his days at a very posh, very uptown address... 

His massive Queen Anne style townhome at 118 East 95th Street was originally built in 1889 and features four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and a charming private garden all spaciously spread out across four floors.

Incredibly well preserved - I mean, look at those original hardwood floors! - the Carnegie Hill property is now on the market for $7,495,000. 

Curious how the art legend lived? 

Click through for a tour through the stunning home!

[Photos via Compass]