2 edition of Theodoros Stamos found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Dark paintings.|
|Statement||[text, Hans Dichand].|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 89/07480 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||86129111|
Theodoros Stamos (Greek/American, ) Infinity Field Lefkada Series #I, x cm.
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Theodoros Stamos (Greek: Θεόδωρος Στάμος) (Decem – February 2, ) was a Greek-American painter. He is one of the youngest painters of the original group of abstract expressionist painters (the so-called "Irascibles"), which included Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and Mark later years were negatively affected by his involvement with the Rothko place: New York City, United States.
About this Item: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, New York, First edition. Oblong hardcover. First printing. Monograph on Theodoros Stamos with text Theodoros Stamos book Ralph Pomeroy. Includes illustrations of which 53 are tipped in color plates.
Theodoros Stamos was an American-Greek painter. He is best known for his large-scale gestural abstractions, and was the youngest member of the early Abstract Expressionist group alongside painters such as Jackson Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, Theodoros Stamos book Clyfford to Still, Stamos' paintings feature muted palettes and biomorphic abstractions, often appearing inchoate, inspired in part by East Asian Nationality: American/Greek.
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ISBN. This bar-code Theodoros Stamos book lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a Theodoros Stamos book. Author: Barbara Cavaliere. Theodoros Stamos is notable for his early use of color to explore possibilities of abstraction and form in painting.
Filled with biomorphic and geologic shapes, Theodoros Stamos book paintings are documents of emotional responses to the light, mood, and color of certain exotic landscapes and experiences. Stamos was influenced by colleagues such as Mark Rothko, merging spirituality with a color layering Nationality: American.
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Theodoros Stamos is notable for his early use of color to explore possibilities of abstraction and form in painting. Filled with biomorphic and geologic shapes, his paintings are documents of emotional responses to the light, mood, and color of certain exotic landscapes and experiences.
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Theodoros Stamos, was a Greek American artist. He is one of the youngest painters of the original group of abstract.
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At thirteen, Stamos received a scholarship to New York’s American Artists’ School, where he studied sculpture. After dropping out of school inhe held several jobs and. THEODOROS STAMOS () I think Stamos liked to look fierce. He felt the power of his blacks: eyes, bushy circumflex eyebrows, and a great black shelf of a moustache.
Theodoros StamosAmerican, - Theodoros Stamos, born on Decem – February 2,was one of the youngest painters of the original group of abstract expressionist painters (the so-called "Irascibles"), which included Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning and Mark was one of the original and youngest Abstract Expressionist artists working in New York City in the.
‘Deseret’ was created in by Theodoros Stamos in Color Field Painting style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at – best visual art : Theodoros Stamos. Title: Theodoros Stamos. Date: ca. Physical Details: 1 photographic print: b&w ; 24 x 19 cm. Description: Half-length portrait of Stamos as a young man, wearing a suit and leaning with one elbow on a book about Sandro Botticelli.
Creator: Unidentified. Series 9: The papers of Theodoros Stamos measure linear feet and date from circa Stamos was a painter primarily associated with the first ge. Stamos titles his paintings at various stages in their development, as the work reminds him of something he has seen. Because each painting is an experiential blend, titles are not literal; they act as keyholes into possible underlying meanings” (B.
Cavaliere, Theodoros Stamos, exh. cat., Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, Aprilp. Theodoros Stamos, from the book “Stamos: A Testimony About the Artist.” Today is the birthday of Abstract Expressionist painter Theodoros Stamos. Stamos, a Greek-American artist, was the youngest of the “first generation” Abstract Expressionists, and was one of the contemporaries of a group of artists known as “The Irascibles.
Theodoros (Greek: Θεόδωρος) or Theodorus is a masculine given name, from which Theodore is derived. It may refer to: Ancient world Ordered chronologically. Theodorus of Samos, 6th-century BCE Greek sculptor, architect and inventor; Theodorus of Cyrene, 5th-century BCE Libyan Greek mathematician; Theodorus of Byzantium, late 5th-century BCE Greek sophist and orator.
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Theodoros Stamos (Decem – February 2, ) was one of the original Abstract Expressionist artists working in New York City in the s and 50s. This artist article is a stub. You can help Wikiquote by expanding it. A first-generation Abstract Expressionists, Theodoros Stamos is known for paintings done later in his career, which is large expanses of dissolved light.
Underestimated at first by Clement Greenberg, New York critic whose commentary often decided the reputation of Abstract Expressionists, Greenberg later wrote: I scorched his show and I was wrong.
Theodoros Stamos (American/Greek, ) Born in New York to a family of Greek immigrants, Theodoros Stamos studied at the American Artists School.
He became known as one of the youngest of the group of Abstract Expressionists in the s and s, incorporating muted colors and organic shapes into his works. Sub-series include the Marathon, Knossos, Nemea, Delphi, Yerico and Jerusalem series.
As in almost all his work, nature is the prime subject in the Infinity Field series, as is revealed by the dark earth colours and irregular forms that characterize the constituent paintings. ["Stamos, Theodoros." Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Theodoros Stamos (Greek, also known as American, ) Stamos was one of the original and youngest Abstract Expressionist artists working in New York City in the s and 50s.
He was born on Manhattan's Lower East Side to Greek immigrant parents; his mother was from Sparta, and his father was raised in Lefkada. As a teenager, he won a scholarship to the American Artists School, where he.
This is the first of a two-part post on painter Theodoros Stamos ( - ). Stamos was one of the original and youngest Abstract Expressionist artists working in New York in the s and 50s.
He was born on Manhattan’s Lower East Side to Greek immigrant parents; his mother was from Sparta, and his father was raised in : Poul Webb. Posts about Theodoros Stamos written by lindacleary.
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Taking inspiration from the major theme of music in Ten Americans: After Paul Klee, we paired 11 staff members with 11 works from the exhibition and asked them to respond to create a playlist in response to their individual Kauffmann, Stewardship Manager for Corporate Relations and Partnerships, created this playlist in response to Theodoros Stamos’s “The Sacrifice of Kronos.”.
Stamos was one of the original and youngest Abstract Expressionist artists working in. Theodoros Stamos, “Low Sun, Blue Bar” () New York City in the s and 50s. He was born on Manhattan’s Lower East Side to Greek immigrant parents; his mother.
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2 by Theodoros Stamos, along with his Sacrifice of Kronos and Saga of Ancient Alphabets (all on view in Ten Americans), allude to the interconnected realms of nature, myth, and ancient culture that figure prominently in Stamos’s on a Greek myth, Sacrifice of Kronos is inspired by the dramatic story of Kronos, king of the Titans, who consumes his children to.
Betty Parsons nurtured and promoted burgeoning talent in her Upper East Side gallery in the s (representing Alfonso Ossorio, Theodoros Stamos, and Hedda Sterne); in the s, Leo Castelli provided stipends and established satellite dealers worldwide, representing Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, and Robert : PublicAffairs.
THEODOROS STAMOS (–) The Stamos Unit. Stamos's work reflects a complex combination of interests: his Greek heritage, knowledge of universal myth, intense observation of nature, admiration of Oriental philosophy, and a yearning to attain spiritual meaning through art.
View Carthage Sun Box by Theodoros Stamos sold at Contemporary Art Day on New York Auction 14 November 11am. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price. Stamos was asked to help supervise the installation pdf the Rothko Chapel in Pdf, Texas, commissioned by Mr.
and Mrs. John De Menil. He was assisted by painter Roy Edwards who worked on the murals with Rothko. Stamos made second visit to Greece, began to return regularly, spending summers on the Island of Lefkada.
Began painting Infinity Series.Kenneth B. Sawyer writes the first book on Stamos, published in Paris by Editions Georges Fall. a small number download pdf mainly European collectors of Stamos' work form a group called "The Circle of Friends of Theodoros Stamos," which aims to promote Stamos' work mainly in Europe, but also the US, because they feel that the Rothko scandal hurt.Building Ebook, The Book Text and images from the forthcoming book by David W.
Dunlap. Search for: Other ebook to search. She emigrated to the United States in and studied with the Abstract Expressionist Theodoros Stamos at the Art Students League, at the New School for Social Research, and with Paul Resika in Provincetown. About.