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Jonah Historically Regarded, from Moby Dick Engravings, 1991. Extracts, from Moby Dick Series, 1993. The Funeral-Dome, 1992.
Jonah Historically Regarded, from Moby Dick Engravings, 1991. Moby Dick, from The Waves, 1989.
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Frank Stella is one exception, having pulled inspiration from Melville’s tale for a series of paintings, sculptures, and lithographs
Frank Stella is one exception, having pulled inspiration from Melville’s tale for a series of paintings, sculptures, and lithographs. For an artist who once famously shrugged off deep analysis of minimalism by saying, What you see is what you see, his Moby Dick prints are firework furies of expressionistic colors and pattern work. Stella’s Moby Dick series also includes a set of predominantly monochromatic prints, infused with faint splashes of color to express a more weighty response to Melville’s tale. Jonah Historically Regarded (1991) is a direct reference to the 83rd chapter of the author’s novel. Indirectly, it also recalls the Old Testament tale of Jonah and the Whale.
com's Frank Stella Author Page. Frank Stella: Engravings, Domes and Deckle Edges (Moby Dick) Nov 2, 1993. Frank Stella at Tyler Graphics May 1, 1997.
Engravings, domes and deckle edges. Stadthaus ulm 12. November 1993 bis 16. JANUAR 1994 ULMER MUSEUM. Frank Stella Moby Dick Series. Results (1 - 11) of 11.
Find nearly any book by Frank Stella. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Frank Stella: Recent Work by Robert C. Hobbs (2000) Paperback. ISBN 9781879173484 (978-1-879173-48-4) Softcover, Locks Art, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Frank Stella: Recent Work by Robert C. Hobbs (2000) Paperback'.
It doesn’t have to make sense, except at the end, when it’s over. Yet Moby Dick – a book which wrestles with ideas of intangible, unreachable greatness – also stands in for the giants of American art who came before Stella: the abstract expressionists. As he told the Guardian newspaper back in 2001, with specific reference to his Moby Dick series, "they're still the generation I admire.
The Moby Dick mixed-media deckle edges prints on view stand in dramatic contrast to the more open compositions and elegiac tone of the Moby Dick engravings. In these prints, Stella began with a series of working collages from which the prints would proceed. The collages were built up with a variety of cutout printed material including snippets of earlier proofs, such as lattice and wave-whale motifs. Also added into the mix were patterns of enlarged color halftone dots and plastic construction grids
Frank Philip Stella (born May 12, 1936) is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker, noted for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction. Stella lives and works in New York City.
Frank Philip Stella (born May 12, 1936) is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker, noted for his work in the areas of minimalism and post-painterly abstraction. Frank Stella was born in Malden, Massachusetts, to parents of Italian descent. His father was a gynecologist, and his mother was an artistically inclined housewife who attended a fashion school and later took up landscape painting.
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