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Frank Stella s. 1936
Frank Stella Astoria 1958 Enamel on canvas 245.7 x 245.7 cmThe Museum of Modern Art, NY
Frank Stella The Marriage of Reason and Squalor, II 1959Enamel on canvas 230.5 x cm The Museum of Modern Art, NY
Frank Stella Pagosa Springs 1960 Copper paint and pencil on canvas252.3 x 252.1cm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington
Frank Stella Hyena Stomp 1962 Oil on canvassupport: 1956 x 1956 mm frame: 1982 x 1981 x 91 mm Tate Gallery, London
Frank Stella Line Up 1962 Acrylic and graphite on canvas195.6 X cm Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington
Frank Stella Empress of India 1965Metallic powder in polymer emulsion paint on canvas 195.6 x cm The Museum of Modern Art, NY Frank Stella
Frank Stella Concentric Squares 1966 Oil on canvas 59.7 x 200.0 cmHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington
Harran II 1967 Polymer and fluorescent polymer paint on canvas 120 x 240 in Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY Frank Stella
Frank Stella Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II 1969 Acrylic on canvas304.8 x cm The Minneapolis Institute of Arts Frank Stella
Frank Stella Open Variation I 1969 Fluorescent alkyd paint on canvas305 x cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Frank Stella Lac Laronge III 1969 Polymer paint on canvas274,3 x 411,4 cm Frank Stella
Frank Stella Madinat as-Salam I 1970 118 X 300 inPolymer and fluorescent paint on canvas Frederick R. Wisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles, California Frank Stella
Josef Albers Homage to the Square 1961 101.6 x 101.6 cmoil on masonite
Josef Albers Homage to the Square 1963 45.7 x 45.7 cm oil on masonite
Josef Albers Homage to the square: Joy 1964 Oil on fibreboard121.9 x cm
Josef Albers Homage to the square 1964 Lithograph 48 x 37 cm
Kenneth Noland s. 1924
Kenneth Noland Turnsole 1961Synthetic polymer paint on unprimed canvas 239 x 239 cm The Museum of Modern Art, New York
New Light, 1963
Cadmium Radiance, 1963
Baba Yagga, 1964
And Again, 1964
Summer Plain, 1967
Wild Indigo 1967 Acrylic on canvas 226 x 527,7 cm Charles Clifton Fund.
Shadow on the Earth 1971 Acrylic on canvas 236,2 x 136,2 cm Columbus Museum of Art, USA
Piet MondrianPiet Mondrian and the primary colorsand the primary colors.
Graffiti—Cubism Frank Stella
Marc Chagall 1 ס.ש.ס.ש.ס.ש.ס.ש. Marc Chagall ( )
Helen Frankenthaler 1928 – American Abstract Expressionist
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Josef Albers Homage to the Square: Terra Caliente 1963 Oil on masonite 48 x 48”
Op- ja kineetiline kunst. victor vasarely
M.C. Escher Balcony M.C. Escher Drawing Hands 1948.
Modern Architecture 1910s – 1960s.
Conceptual art Key artists and collaborations annasuvorova.wordpress.com.
Pre-Raphaelites, Impressionism and Post Impressionism Moreno Valley High School AP Art History Erica Ness.
Autumn Rhythm, 1950, (oil on canvas, 105 in x 207 in.), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
By: Cole Cochard. Time Period and Countries Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the mid 1950s in Britain and in the late 1950s in the United.
Postpop ja hüperrealism. Richard Estes Diner 1971 Oil on canvas X Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Faces and Feelings Part 2 Created by Jan Kimosh July 2000.
Line Artwork that portrays line. “Line is a mark made using a drawing tool or brush. There are many types of lines: thick, thin, horizontal, vertical,
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