Frank Stella Prints for Sale
Frank Stella was one of the most dominant and influential figures in abstract painting and print-making during the 1960s through the 1990s Frank Stella was born in Massachusetts and attended the Phillips Academy in Andover where he studied painting. He graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor of arts degree in history in 1958. Stella's first important show was at MoMAs 'Sixteen Americans' held in 1959 and established him as one of the most radical young artists working in the US. He instantly gained notoriety for his Black Paintings, a series of linear shapes and squares in various shades of black. A year later he had his first one-man show in New York City. Throughout the 1960s he exhibited regularly, and his work was included in numerous national and international group shows. His reputation and influence grew steadily, and in 1970 he was honored with a retrospective exhibition by the Museum of Modern Art.