American, 1923 -2015. Ellsworth Kelly was a prominent painter, printmaker, and sculptor mainly known for his minimalist artworks. His artworks mainly consist of hard-edge and color field paintings that portray line and form techniques similar to that of artist John McLaughlin. Born in Newburgh, New York, Kelly developed an early interest in color and forms. He studied drawing and design at the Pratt Institute and later went on to join the army. There Kelly worked mainly as a camouflage painter, painting objects to misguide the enemy. He later went on to study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was influenced mainly by the style of John James Audubon. Abstract paintings by Kelly are famous for the use of common shapes and vibrant colors. Kelly’s works often depict the architecture around him in the form of light play, color, and space. Artworks of Ellsworth Kelly have a prominent influence on American Pop Art. Colors for a Large Wall, Three Panels: Red Yellow Blue, I, and Suite of Plant Lithographs by Ellsworth Kelly are a few of his famous works. His artworks are available at auction with many auction houses. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Tate Gallery London, the National Gallery of Art, Washington feature collections of Ellsworth Kelly artworks. Ellsworth Kelly Artwork for sale is available with many auction houses.