One for grey-man

In Frank Stella’s brand of Lithographic Minimalism we can have it both ways. Grey man is a fan of cirtles (see comments below)

Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II, 1969, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 240 inches

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14 Responses to One for grey-man

  1. Oldstokie says:

    That’s better. Eli is outdoing you in the ‘art’ stakes at the moment, winger.


  2. RAF says:

    Did you know that ironically Frank Stella beat his wife regularly?

  3. Stephen Foster says:

    I very much doubt that. Explain yourself.

  4. Stephen Foster says:

    How d’you know that?

  5. Johnny Neptune says:

    i can’t log in from here but i’ll blow you and greyman out of the water with the best of all shapes in art later.


  6. Stephen Foster says:

    Have you made a sculptural tribute of Eugenie?

  7. Johnny Neptune says:

    / \

  8. Johnny Neptune says:

    meh. stupid tab

  9. Stephen Foster says:

    I got her dancing, but whatever I try I cant get her to stand still.

  10. chiffs says:

    Never mind that talentless ‘art-finder’ stick insect girl (but a very accurate rendition Mr Neptune)- where’s the lovely snow gone?

  11. Stephen Foster says:

    Hold on…

  12. OS says:

    His colours are leaving your drab examples standing. The fish was ok (on reflekshun) and the gold square/rectangle was ok…ish. But the greys are like an old folks nursing home.

  13. OS says:

    LOL @ Johnny Smartarse. 🙂

  14. mum says:

    I love the snow too chiffs 🙂 🙂 x

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