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Works focusing on intense color and geometry as an organizing principle, such as Frank Stella’s Damascus Gate, reveal the monumental scale and rigorous structures of late through early Minimalism.

Making Art with the Golden Ratio (по этому же принципу рисуют спираль)

News: Making Art with the Golden Ratio

Making Art with the Golden Ratio. At the website, the golden rectangle spiral is overlaid.

curious yellow monkey: fun with fibonacci numbers (more old work)

using the Fibonacci grid to create spirals - I am fascinated by the Fibonacci series and how it recurs in creation, and also what amazing art has been derived from it. This spiral pattern would be worth exploring further!

Frank Stella, Referendum '70

Frank Stella, Referendum '70

Phi spirals are the proportions of the 5 sided pentagon the geometry of which is nested within the icosahedron, dodecahedron, DNA and the human body. Work Pentagon into more outer picture.

Public Installation Art | Frank Stella - biography

FRANK STELLA, an iconic figure of postwar American art, is considered the most influential painter of a generation that moved beyond Abstract Expressionism toward Minimalism.

Frank Stella | from the Protractor series |

Frank Stella's works are most noted for his use of geometric curve and full three dimensionalities.

リトグラフ - Frank Stella - Sinjerli Variation Squared With Colored Ground 1A

Frank Stella Sinjerli Variation Squared with Colored Ground - 1981 Offset lithograph and screenprint Edition of 32 x 32 inches Contemporary

Art - Pop Art on Pinterest | Frank Stella, Op Art and Bridget Riley

Art - Pop Art on Pinterest | Frank Stella, Op Art and Bridget Riley

Frank Stella

Frank Stella: A Retrospective, which opened yesterday at the Whitney Museum of American Art, is a brilliantly curated, blatantly overhung masterstroke of an exhibition that turns the artist’s weaknesses into strengths and his strengths into powerhouses.

Frank Stella | Exhibition Invitation/Poster, Leo Castelli, NYC (1969) | Available for Sale | Artsy

From VINCE fine arts/ephemera, Frank Stella, Exhibition Invitation/Poster, Leo Castelli, NYC 11 × 23 in

Frank Stella

Damascus Gate (Stretch Variation III) by Frank Stella. Medium: Alkyd on canvas;

Frank Stella minimalist artist

Frank Stella transformed the gestural brushwork and existential angst of Abstract Expressionism into works that offered dynamism, tactility, and scale.

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