Skip to main content

Frank Stella Print Signed

Price
Item Location
Sort By
Frank Stella (hand signed and dated)
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Frank Stella Frank Stella at Leo Castelli (Hand Signed and Dated), 1969 Offset Lithograph Invitation (signed and dated by Frank Stella) Boldly signed and dated 2014 in black marker; ...
Category

1960s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

Materials

Offset

Frank Stella, Sidi Ifni (from Hommage à Picasso) - Signed Print, Minimalism
By Frank Stella
Located in Hamburg, DE
Frank Stella (American, b. 1936) Sidi Ifni (from Hommage à Picasso), 1973 Medium: Lithograph in colors, on wove paper Dimensions: 22 × 30 in (55.8 × 76.2 cm) Edition of 90 + XXX + 15...
Category

20th Century Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Addison Gallery 1982 SIGNED Frank Stella Vintage Poster, metallic rainbow
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
This shimmering, metallic vintage poster with rainbow text and layers of texture must be seen in person to appreciate Frank Stella's masterful design. Original exhibition poster for...
Category

Late 20th Century Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Hand Signed Ltd Edition Serigraph "MOMA 1870-1970 Centennial" by Frank Stella
By Frank Stella
Located in San Diego, CA
Hand signed limited edition cenntennial serigraph entitled "Metropolitan Museum of Art 1870 - 1970" by Frank Stella, circa 1970. The print is in good vintage condition and is numbere...
Category

Late 20th Century American Post-Modern Prints

Materials

Paper

Casino Knokke Poster (Signed)
By Frank Stella
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
An original signed offset-lithograph, exhibition poster on glossy wove paper after American artist Frank Stella (1936-) titled "Casino Knokke", 1991. Hand signed in black marker by S...
Category

1990s Abstract Expressionist Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph, Offset

Attica Defense Fund (Hand Signed)
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Frank Stella Attica Defense Fund (Hand Signed), 1975 Offset lithograph (hand signed by Frank Stella) 29 × 29 inches Edition of 50 (unnumbered) Pencil signed and dated '75 on the fron...
Category

1970s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

Materials

Offset

16 x 20" Exhibition Print of Artist Frank Stella, signed by Jack Mitchell
By Jack Mitchell
Located in Senoia, GA
16 x 20" vintage silver gelatin photograph of Artist Frank Stella in his studio with recent work, 1987. It is signed by Jack Mitchell on the recto and in pencil on the verso. Comes d...
Category

1980s Pop Art Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Limanora Silkscreen Framed and Signed by Frank Stella Dated 1994
By Frank Stella
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is a fabulous, framed lithograph, signed by Frank Stella, numbered 11/75 and dated 1994. In excellent condition. The dimensions of the frame are 26" W x 29" H ...
Category

1990s American Prints

Signed poster BHAM (Bicentennial Horizons of Amer Music & the Performing Arts)
By (after) Frank Stella
Located in Missouri, MO
Signed in Felt-Tip Pen By the Artist Lower Right and Dated 1999 BHAM (Bicentennial Horizons of American Music and the Performing Arts) Poster Created in 1976
Category

1970s Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1990s, Signed, Dated and Numbered, Frank Stella Etching
By Frank Stella
Located in Newport Beach, CA
Chic, dynamic, etching and aquatint on paper, black-and-white artwork by American, art icon, Frank Stella. Signature, date and number on lower right: "17/20 , F. Stella '94" From ...
Category

Late 20th Century American Prints

Materials

Paper

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Addison Gallery 1982 SIGNED Frank Stella Vintage Poster, metallic rainbow
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
This shimmering, metallic vintage poster with rainbow text and layers of texture must be seen in person to appreciate Frank Stella's masterful design. Original exhibition poster for...
Category

Late 20th Century Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Addison Gallery 1982 SIGNED Frank Stella Vintage Poster, metallic rainbow
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
This shimmering, metallic vintage poster with rainbow text and layers of texture must be seen in person to appreciate Frank Stella's masterful design. Original exhibition poster for...
Category

Late 20th Century Abstract Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

1980 Democratic Convention Frank Stella SIGNED colorful vintage Pop poster
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

SIGNED Frank Stella 1980 Democratic Convention colorful vintage poster, pop art
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

SIGNED Frank Stella 1980 Democratic Convention colorful vintage poster, pop art
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
This vintage poster was designed by the artist in our studio and comes directly from our Petersburg Press archive. It is not pre-owned. Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democrat...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

SIGNED Frank Stella 1980 Democratic Convention colorful vintage poster, pop art
By Frank Stella
Located in New York, NY
Colorful vintage poster for the 1980 Democratic National Convention, held in Madison Square Garden in New York.Concentric lines of orange and bright green interweave with strokes of ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Get Updated with New Arrivals
Save "Frank Stella Print Signed", and we’ll notify you when there are new listings in this category.

Frank Stella Print Signed For Sale on 1stDibs

You are likely to find exactly the frank stella print signed you’re looking for on 1stDibs, as there is a broad range for sale. In our selection of items, you can find Pop Art examples as well as a Abstract version. You’re likely to find the perfect frank stella print signed among the distinctive items we have available, which includes versions made as long ago as the 20th Century as well as those made as recently as the 20th Century. If you’re looking to add a frank stella print signed to create new energy in an otherwise neutral space in your home, you can find a work on 1stDibs that features elements of beige, gray, green, white and more. A frank stella print signed from Frank Stella, Jack Mitchell and (after) Frank Stella — each of whom created distinctive versions of this kind of work — is worth considering. Frequently made by artists working in lithograph and silver gelatin print, these artworks are unique and have attracted attention over the years.

How Much is a Frank Stella Print Signed?

The price for an artwork of this kind can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — a frank stella print signed in our inventory may begin at $450 and can go as high as $17,000, while the average can fetch as much as $1,500.

Frank Stella Biography and Important Works

Frank Stella is one of the central figures in postwar American art. A proponent of minimalism and non-representational abstraction, Stella is a painter, printmaker and sculptor. A native of Massachusetts, he attended Phillips Academy in Andover and earned a BA from Princeton, where he studied art and color theory with Josef Albers and Hans Hofmann.

Stella frequented New York galleries as a student and was intrigued by the work of Jackson Pollock and Franz Kline, both of whom were at the height of their creative powers in the late 1950s. After moving to New York in 1958, he gravitated toward the geometric abstraction and restrained painting style of Barnett Newman and Jasper Johns. Johns’s flat, graphic images of common objects such as targets and flags prompt viewers to question the essential nature of representation and whether these pictures are really paintings or simply new iterations of the items themselves. Stella pushed Johns’s reasoning further, considering paintings on canvas as objects in their own right, like sculptures, rather than representations. This led him to reject certain formal conventions, eschewing sketches and often using nontraditional materials, like house paint.

In 1959, Stella created his “Black Paintings,” series, in which bands of black paint are separated by thin, precise stripes of bare canvas. At a time when contemporary painting was all about wild gestures, thick paint and formal abandon, these pieces created a sensation. That same year, Stella's work was included in the exhibition "Sixteen Americans" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and he joined the roster of artists represented by Leo Castelli Gallery. In 1960, he began introducing color into his work and using unconventionally shaped canvases to complement his compositions.

In his “Eccentric Polygon” series, from 1965 and ‘66, Stella embraces asymmetry and bold color, creating forms delineated by painted fields and by the edges of the canvas. This series was followed by the 1967–70 “Protractor” series, characterized by colorful circles and arcs. Named after the ancient cities whose circular plans Stella had noticed while traveling in the Middle East during the 1960s, these works usually comprised several canvases set flush against one another so that the geometric figures in each section came together in a larger, more complex whole.

Also in the mid-1960s, Stella started exploring printmaking, initially working with Kenneth Tyler, of Gemini G.E.L., and later installing printing equipment in his own studio. In 1968, he created the “V” series of lithographs,which included the print Quathlamba I. Following a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1970, Stella began working in three dimensions, adding relief elements to paintings, which could almost be considered wall-mounted sculptures.

Stella’s 1970–73 “Polish Village” series was inspired by a documentary photos and architectural drawings of Polish synagogues that had been destroyed by Nazis during World War II. The resulting works — composed primarily of paint and cloth on plywood — are more rugged and less polished than his previous series. Herman Melville's Moby Dick was his muse for a series of three- dimensional works he created in the 1980s in which waveforms, architectural elements and Platonic solids play a prominent role. During this period, Stella embraced a new, exuberant style that is exemplified in "La Scienza della Fiacca." In 1997, he oversaw the creation of the Stella Project, a 5,000-square-foot work inside the Moores Opera House at the University of Houston. A large free-standing sculpture by Stella stands outside the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Stella’s work is in the collections of numerous important museum collections around the world, including New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art; the Menil Collection, in Houston; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, in Washington, D.C.; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Obama in 2009, and was given the Lifetime Achievement Award in Contemporary Sculpture by the International Sculpture Center in 2011.

Find a collection of Frank Stella's art on 1stDibs.

Finding the Right Abstract Prints for You

Explore a vast range of abstract prints on 1stDibs to find a piece to enhance your existing collection or transform a space.

Unlike figurative paintings and other figurative art, which focuses on realism and representational perspectives, abstract art concentrates on visual interpretation. An artist may use a single color or simple geometric forms to create a world of depth. Printmaking has a rich history of abstraction. Through materials like stone, metal, wood and wax, an image can be transferred from one surface to another.

During the 19th century, iconic artists, including Edvard Munch, Paul Cézanne, Georgiana Houghton and others, began exploring works based on shapes and colors. This was a departure from the academic conventions of European painting and would influence the rise of 20th-century abstraction and its pioneers, like Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian.

Some leaders of European abstraction, including Franz Kline, were influenced by the gestural shapes of East Asian calligraphy. Calligraphy interprets poetry, songs, symbols or other means of storytelling into art, from works on paper in Japan to elements of Islamic architecture.

Bold, daring and expressive, abstract art is constantly evolving and dazzling viewers. And entire genres have blossomed from it, such as Color Field painting and Minimalism.

The collection of abstract art prints on 1stDibs includes etchings, lithographs, screen-prints and other works, and you can find prints by artists such as Joan Miró, Alexander Calder and more.