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"Vortex Engraving Charger Ceramic Plate #1-#12 2000" by Frank Stella - šŸ”„Fabulous - 12 Plates - 3-Boxed Sets of 4 - Inquire
Vortex Engraving Charger Ceramic Plate #1-#12   2000 Limited Edition Print by Frank Stella
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Vortex Engraving Charger Ceramic Plate #1-#12   2000 Limited Edition Print by Frank Stella - 9
Vortex Engraving Charger Ceramic Plate #1-#12   2000 Limited Edition Print by Frank Stella - 10
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"Vortex Engraving Charger Ceramic Plate #1-#12 2000"

LISTING INFO
ARTIST BIO
Year2000
OtherEngraved 
Condition Excellent 
Purchased fromAuction House 2018 
Story / Additional InfoFrom Rockefellar Family 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID117230
Frank Stella - United States

Art Brokerage: Frank Stella American Artist: b. 1936. New York Artist Frank Stella exhibits the precision and rationality that characterized minimalism, employing parallel angular stripes to emphasize the rectangular shape of his large canvases. His innovative and influential use of irregularly shaped canvases first appeared in his metallic series in 1960. Later examples of his work stress color in decorative curved motifs. In the 1970s and 80s, Frank Stella abandoned the studied, minimalist aesthetic in favor of a more improvised, dynamic, and dramatic idiom in mixed-media. During that time he abandoned flat paintings and instead created large, jutting, multipart, three-dimensional painting-constructions that often incorporate bright colors, enlarged versions of French curves, and lively brushstroke patterns. Listings wanted. Check out our new sister site Bluechipartbrokerage.com

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