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Bob Stanley
Mod Rooster Drawing 1970s Pop Art Lithograph Hand Signed

1979

About the Item

This listing is for just the one print in the photo here. there are three states of the same image image each with Progressively increasing detail and color. the edition size is 175. Hand signed, numbered and dated. on hand made French Arches paper. Bob (Robert) Stanley (1932-1997) was a painter, photographer and printmaker whose early work was figurative painting about contemporary American life. In the 1960s and early 1970s, he based his paintings on photographs, which he manipulated from black and white or silkscreen colored shapes. In the early 1960's, he began to base his paintings on images clipped from newspapers and magazines, following the example of Pop artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, who would become his brother-in-law. Enlarged and often simplified to two vibrant saturated colors Stanley's images could be reduced to the abstract or be powerfully explicit. His preferred subjects, including rock stars, athletes and pornography, always seemed to grate against the pretenses of high art. Similar in bold use of color to Malcolm Morley. In the late 1960's Mr. Stanley started using his own photographs, basing paintings on images of tree branches or the ground, and also using pictures of life-drawing models at the School of Visual Arts. EDUCATION The Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Brooklyn, NY Columbia University, New York, NY The High Museum Art School, Atlanta, GA Columbia University, New York, NY Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, GA B.A. 1953 Max Beckmann Scholarship Award for Painting and Sculpture, The Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Brooklyn, NY TEACHING School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, Instructor: Painting and Drawing The New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA, Visiting Artist Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Visiting Artist School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, Instructor: Painting and Drawing SELECT INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS Figureworks, Brooklyn, NY, Celebrating the Erotic Work of Pop-Artist Bob Stanley The Mayor Gallery, London, England, “Bob Stanley – Works from the Sixties” Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY, Late Paintings Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY, Paintings: 1963-1967 Gallerie Georges Lavrov, (Paris), Die International Kunstmesse, Art Basel, Switzerland Galerie Georges Lavrov, Paris, France, Catalog text by Richard Artschwager The Paul Bianchini Gallery, New York, NY Galerie Ricke, Kassel, Germany Bianchini-Birillo Gallery, New York, NY SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY, Exquisite Corpe – Cadavre Exquis Karolyn Sherwood Gallery, “Up Close and Personal: A Collection of Minimalist and Figurative Drawings” Steven Vail Gallery, “Paintings and Drawings” 2 person exhibition with Jan Frank Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, SI, NY, “The Figure: Another Side of Modernism” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, travels to 10 other institutions; “It’s Only Rock and Roll”, Catalog essay by David S. Rubin, Curator of 20th Century Art, Phoenix Art Museum Beatrice Conde Gallery, New York, NY, “Paintings, Drawings, Photographs” The Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, PA, 2 person exhibition with Patricia McCabe Centro Cultural La General, Granada, Spain, “Honenaje a Federico García Lorca White Columns, New York, NY, “Overtalk: Bob Stanley, Öyvind Fahlström, Peter Nagy Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT, “The Pop Decade: The Bianchini Gallery in the Sixties”; Exhibition monograph by Barbara Zabel Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, “Contemporary Graphics: NYC” The Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, “A Decade of Visual Arts at Princeton: Faculty 1975-1985”’ Catalog text by Allen Rosenbaum and James Seawright Centro Studi Pietro Mancini, Cosenza, Italy, “Progetto su Pace, Guerra e Altro” The Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, “The Pop Art Print” The Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin, “Recent Acquisitions” Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA, “Artist/Poet’s Books” The American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters New York, NY, “Paintings and Sculpture: 1982 Art Award Candidate Metronom Rafael Tous, Barcelona, Spain, “Artist’s Books”; Catalog text by Ulises Carrion Galantai Gyorgy, Budapest, Hungary, “Artist’s Stamps” Jose Clement Orozco Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico, “Cuarto Quartos” MoMA P.S.1, Long Island City, New York, “Another Aspect of Pop Art” P.S.1, Long Island City, NY, 2 person exhibition with Barton Wasserman National Galerie, Berlin and Kunsthll zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany “Druckgrafik der USA” Kasseler Kunst Verein, Kassel, Germany, ‘Arnold Bode züm 75. Gebürstag” The Whitney Museum of American Art The First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art Documenta, Kassel, Germany; Catalog 2, text by Guther Gerkin and Werner Spies Galerie Ricke, Cologne, Germany, “Program I” The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, “Four NYC Artists: Bob Gordon, Lee Lozano, Robert Ryman, Robert Stanley”; Catalog text by Robert Christgau The ICA, London, England, “The Obsessive Image: 1960-1968” SELECTED COLLECTIONS John Chamberlain, Sarasota, FL Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Liechenstein Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland Richard Artschwager, Hudson, NY Roy Lichtenstein, New York, NY and Southampton, NY Stephen Antonakos and Naomi Spector, New York, NY The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The Fogg Museum of Art, Cambridge, MA The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY The Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY The Museum of Modern Art NYC MoMA
  • Creator:
    Bob Stanley (1937 - 1997, American)
  • Creation Year:
    1979
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 29.5 in (74.93 cm)Width: 21.5 in (54.61 cm)
  • Medium:
  • Movement & Style:
  • Period:
  • Condition:
    The outer folio folder is included if you buy all three. Prints are great. we have more than one so the number might be different than the photos.
  • Gallery Location:
    Surfside, FL
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU38212838672
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