Artist

Frank Stella

Nationality

American

Artist Dates

b. 1936

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Date of Work

1973

Medium

Lithograph and screen print

Edition #

71/100

Collection/Provenance

Published by The Committee to Endow a Chair in Honor of Meyer Schapiro (1904-1996) at Columbia University.

Art & Design Study Collection

Status

Displayed

Location

School of Medicine & Health Sciences Building

Artist Bio

Frank Stella has played an important role in the history of painting. Over the years, Stella’s work has evolved through several significant stylistic changes. Tetuan III, like many other works by Stella from the 1960s and early 1970s, was intended to immerse the viewer into pure visual sensations—perhaps more related to its structure than to its color. Art critic Clement Greenburg referred to Stella’s style from this period as “post-painterly abstraction” and included Stella and 30 other artists in an exhibition (of the same title) at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1964.

Additional Information

This artwork is from a portfolio of original prints published in recognition of Meyer Schapiro (1904-1996), a distinguished art historian who was very much appreciated by major contemporary artists of his day.

In 1974, a committee was formed to establish a Chair in Art History at Columbia University in Schapiro's honor. The portfolio, published in an edition of 100, was produced to raise funds to support the Chair. UND’s set of portfolio prints are numbered 71/100.

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