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Frank Stella

1936
United States

15 Works exhibited on Kooness

Works by Frank Stella

Shards V

1982

101 x 114.9cm

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Shards III

1982

101 x 114.9cm

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The Butcher Came and Slew the Ox

1984

135.6 x 144.5cm

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Conway

1974

43.18 x 55.88cm

Rabat

1964

50.8 x 60.96cm

Marquis

1970

55.88 x 40.64cm

Sunapee

1974

43.18 x 55.88cm

Furg

1975

55.88 x 43.18cm

Les Indes

1973

55.88 x 40.64cm

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Referendum 70

1970

81.28 x 80.645cm

Six Mile Bottom

1970

40.64 x 55.88cm

Sinjerli Variations III

1977

81.3 x 106.7cm

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Averroes

1970

40.6 x 55.9cm

Frank Stella was born the oldest of three children to first-generation Italian-American parents. In his sophomore year of high school at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, he began learning to paint from the abstractionist Patrick Morgan, who taught there. Stella continued taking art courses at Princeton University, while earning a degree in history. His Princeton professors, painter Stephen Greene and art historian William Seitz, introduced Stella to the New York art world by bringing him to exhibitions in the city, thereby shaping his earliest artistic aesthetic.