FRANK STELLA "TURKISH MAMBO" LITHOGRAPH, 1967
Frank Stella became a printmaker in 1967 - "Turkish Mambo" (of Black Series II) comes from his crucial debut year.
Working at Gemini G.E.L. (one of the top American printing studios) Stella learned from his two previous groups of prints: "Star of Persia" and "Black Series I".
The graphics from "Black Series II" were mostly diamond pattern variations with, as described in his catalogue raisonne, had "aggressive optical qualities".
To intensify the impact of the compositions Stella became more conscious of paper and ink choices.
The lithographs from "Black Series II" were realized on bright white paper which created a strong contrast with the "sooty richness of French Charbonnel black ink"
The compositions of these prints directly related to Stella's most revolutionary "Black" paintings executed in 1959-1960.
In addition to being one of the earliest prints Stella created, this example is framed in a period plexiglass box case for true aesthetic authenticity of the era.
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Signed, numbered and dated 1967 by the artist
From an edition of 100
Lithograph on Barcham Green paper
Framed in original plexiglass box
Very good condition.
Literature: pg. 69 & 73 "Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonne" 2016, Axsom et all.
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