American,1936. Frank Stella was a famous painter, printmaker, and sculptor well-known for his post-painterly abstract and minimalist artworks. The geometric shapes and patterns in Frank Stella artwork at auction and sculptures are his signature styles. The influential artist’s works often make use of properties of color, compositions, and shapes. These properties explore the narratives of non-literary nature, seen in his 1967 Protractor series artwork Harrar II. Frank Stella was born in Malden in MA and attended the Phillips Academy in Andover in Massachusetts. Here he learned about Hans Hofmann and Josef Albers, famous abstract modern artists. He studied at Princeton University and then, in 1958, moved to New York. In New York, Stella visited many art galleries. It fostered his artistic interest and inclination towards Abstract Expressionism. Jasper John influenced Stella's 1958-1960 Black Paintings series. These austere flatly painted works explore the style of Minimalism. Throughout the years, his growing popularity increased the number of Frank Stella paintings at auction. He was also the youngest artist ever to receive a solo art exhibition hosted by the Museum of Modern Art. The artist received acclaim for his abstract artworks without metaphysical or psychological references and no pictorial illusions in 20th-century artworks. Frank Stella painting for sale is often available at modern painting and abstract art auctions. Frank Stella Artwork for sale is also available at leading auction houses. Frank Stella Prints at auction also include etchings and lithographs. 20th-century abstract art collectors often seek Frank Stella prints for sale. They are also on display at the Kunstmuseum Basel, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Tate Gallery in London, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The artist continues to live and work in New York today!